The Ysabeau Typeface Project (formerly «Eau de Garamond»)
“Ysabeau is a free type family developed by Christian Thalmann (Catharsis Fonts). It combines the time-honored and supremely readable letterforms of the Garamond legacy with the clean crispness of a low-contrast sans serif, rendering it well suited for body copy as well as display. It is open source, and all its working files (in Glyphs format) are available from this repository. If you wish to work with Ysabeau in a different font editor (which I wouldn’t recommend), I can provide you with UFO versions of those files instead.
Any feedback, bug reports, test results, and suggestions for additions are very welcome. You can contact me using the Eau de Garamond issue tracker.
If you like Ysabeau, please help spread the word via the social media of your choice. You might also be interested in my other typefaces on MyFonts and in my other free type family Cormorant.” (Christian Thalmann)
If you wish to use the Ysabeau type family on your computer, simply download the “Ysabeau_Install” ZIP file from the latest release, unpack it, and install the TrueType font files (.ttf) as appropriate for your operating system.
If you wish to use the Ysabeau type family on your website, you will be able to obtain it from the Google Fonts service once it is finished.
Design, Publisher, Copyright, License
Design: Christian Thalmann
Publisher: Christian Thalmann, Catharsis Fonts
Copyright 2016-2018 by Christian Thalmann. All rights reserved.
License: SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE
Catharsis is located in Leiden, The Netherlands. Before that, Christian Thalmann’s page Cinga.ch was run out of Switzerland, when he was a student at ETH Zürich. Thalmann also is an astronomer.Web:
Typefaces: Ysabeau, Eau de Garamond, Cormorant Infant, Cormorant Garamond
More… TYPE DESIGN INFORMATION | Christian Thalmann
Download v.0.011: Ysabeau | Google Drive
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