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SFT Schrifted Serif is a lively and flowing antiqua.

Concept
Like its older sibling, SFT Schrifted Sans, this font draws inspiration from the visual environment of Stockholm, but with a more romantic touch, predominantly inspired by the districts of Gamla Stan and Södermalm. Graceful historic buildings, bold usage of antiqua in unexpected contexts, and an overall dynamic, lively, organic mood with botanical motifs leave no one indifferent.
Graphics
The font is constructed upon smooth and graceful curves that convey a sense of lively movement. You’ll find numerous rounded closed shapes with endings resembling droplets, which allude to botanical motifs. The sign structures themselves echo the design of SFT Schrifted Sans, making them perfect companions.

Family
This typeface consists of three optical sizes. “Text” is for use in small sizes and long passages of text. “Display” is for expressive and large headlines. “Subhead” is a versatile font suitable for both text and small-sized headlines. Besides upright styles, the font will also include italics, which are currently in progress.

Cet arbre à l’écorce blanche écaillée peut atteindre 20 à 30 m de hauteur et jusqu’à 60 cm de diamètre à la base.

Die je nach Art mit Längen von 0,5 bis 10 (selten bis 14) Zentimeter und Breiten von 0,5 bis 8 Zentimeter eiförmigen bis deltaförmigen, elliptischen oder fast kreisförmigen Blattspreiten sind kahl bis unterschiedlich behaart, manchmal harzig-drüsig.

Björksläktets arter är extremt köldtåliga, beroende på den under vintern höga halten av björksocker, vilket fungerar som ett frysskydd.

The birch fibres are easily fibrillated.

Більшість видів беріз мають темне забарвлення кори.

Многие виды берёзы — широко распространённые и важнейшие лесообразующие породы, в значительной мере определяющие облик и видовой состав лиственных и хвойно-лиственных (смешанных) лесов в умеренной и холодной части Евразии и Северной Америки.

За медицински цели се използват листата, корите, пъпките, реси, смолата в миналото — за дъвки. Брезата се намира в умерения климатичен пояс.

Language Support
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