There is a script font family called Xiomara that is very popular in the printing industry. It was designed by Miss Lenya, an American. Laura Thompson was responsible for developing and releasing it on 26 March 2013.
This book compiles a series of drawings that Xiomara Font made in her final months before her passing at age 84. In this volume, she creates an autobiographical collage of two worlds: the world of growing up in Puerto Rico and moving to New York City to study art and the last years spent in France after being displaced from her beloved island.
We created it to create a modern platform where various fonts could be viewed. It is therefore visually appealing, easy to read as well as adaptable.
Within a year of release, the software was mainly used for specific purposes. However, she relaunched the program on 20 June 2014 by adding more glyphs and enhancing the features.
The dramatic Xiomara Font™ is a spectacular display font that features calligraphic strokes and a fascinating rhythm to add elegance and sophistication to any design. The decorative flares on each letter give this unique family of fonts new life, while the firm angled lines compliment your message. This feminine display typeface is perfect for magazine titles, event invitations, party invites, product packaging, greeting cards, gift tags, or any design that needs some “swag appeal.” All glyphs are PUA encoded.
Thus, after that, the demand ratio for this modest font family has also increased in markets. Designers are now incorporating this face into their stylish designs all the time.
A single style of Xiomara Font with TrueType features is available. A class with this many glyphs has 744, making it a large portion of the number of glyphs.
It’s a new and modern typeface with a calligraphy style that’s been carefully put together—a marvelous reenactment of printing in the same style as writing by hand.
For commercial purposes, you must purchase the original license from Miss. Kathleen Thompson. If you do, then you may use it for a variety of purposes.
Wedding cards, invitations cards, birthday cards, book covers, banner ads, logos & branding, fashion magazines, movies titles, and many other similar things.
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.