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Serif Font: Barocco Text Bold It [STD] [PRO] [PLUS]

Barocco Text Bold It

The Barocco family essentially consists of two optical weights for different purposes: Text for book projects and Display for elegant front pages or posters.
This typeface family is a traditional book font with an unmistakable personality and a contemporary twist and is distinguished by its outstanding legibility both in print and on the web. Multilingualism in the non-italic PLUS version (Latin, Cyrillic and Greek) and countless ligatures invite you to unleash your imagination.

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The responsible use of type is less about spectacular solutions than about making optimum use of the usually limited creative scope.

[Werner Schneider]
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But I must explain to you how all this mis­taken idea of de­noun­cing plea­sure and prai­sing pain was born and I will give you a com­ple­te ac­count of the sys­tem, and ex­pound the ac­tu­al teach­ings of the great ex­plo­rer of the truth, the ma­ster buil­der of hu­man happ­iness. No one re­jects, dis­likes, or av­oids plea­sure it­self, be­cause it is plea­sure, but be­cause those who do not know how to pursue plea­sure ra­tio­nally en­coun­ter con­se­quen­ces that are ex­tre­me­ly pain­ful. Nor again is there any­one who lov­es or pur­sues or de­sires to ob­tain pain of it­self, be­cause it is pain, but be­cause occas­ional­ly ci­rcum­stan­ces occur in which toil and pain can pro­cure him some great plea­sure.
Cyrillic is unfortunately not available in this font.
Greek is unfortunately not available in this font.
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