Triomphe is sans-serif with a bold personality. It’s inspired by popular 30s hand-lettering found on the British Ministry of Information’s propaganda posters during the war. It has 5 weights and a flowing italic, good for use in bold statements on posters, or in vintage typesetting. Triomphe is actually an older font I made back in 2014, with updated features, design and language support.
Triomphe has extensive language support. It supports:
If you need more glyphs, you can email me here. If you just need a couple more characters I can probably make a free update just for you so don’t hesitate.
This is a table of the most important OpenType features you might need. For an exhaustive list, see the technical details section.
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|Ligatures||fi ff fl Th...||fi ff fl Th...|
|Stylistic Alternates||a , Q R 0...||a , Q R 0...|
And even more!
This is a more detailed analysis of the whole font family. If you worry about this kind of details, do read on.
Version 3.000; ttfautohint (v1.5)
locl) for Tatar, Crimean Tatar, Turkish, Moldavian, Romanian, Kazakh, Polish, Azeri, Catalan, Serbian and Macedonian.
ss01) for alternate 'a', comma and quote characters.
ss02) for alternate 'Q'.
ss03) for alternate 'R'.
U+2764in the Dingbats Unicode block. Use it as much as you can, spread ❤︎.
Triomphe is available for free on DaFont.com, but if you use it professionally, you should donate. You can give the amount you want. As a donationware, Triomphe is powered by donations. It helps to keep it free.