Callie Hand was created in Antwerp in 1920 when designer Irma Boom took on the design of the Modernism typeface. The idea behind Callie Hand was to go beyond the basics in creating a new font. The font has the sensuousness of Art Deco with its elegant lines but with an openness that gives it a stylish elegance. Callie Hand is rediscovered with immense pleasure by Font Bureau to fit our modern times.
Callie Renee Roberson, an American designer, took the initiative to design and release it for the first time in 2011. It is superbly balanced and maintains its natural flow beautifully.
Each letter was created with a single stroke, and the designer added an italic touch as well. The texture is lovely and clean, which is why it gives off an elegant appearance. This helps to create a unique design that is in harmony with the modern age.
Both its height and width are smaller than the standard size, and this can cause improper alignment. However, it gives unique and extraordinary results that no other font can match.
The Callie Hand Font is available in a single regular style with OpenType features. With 64 symbols and 2200 units per em, this style has 64 glyphs. Upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and two marks make up these glyphs.
In its free version, you will get these glyphs. It is also available in a commercial version which can be obtained by paying Callie Renee Roberson.
After that, it can be used for commercial designs, in the same way as Stayola Fonts and Clover Fonts. You can use this awesome font to help create covers, posters, emblems, titles, product design, unique event cards, shopping bags, mugs, memorable quotes, etc.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.