What is the Sica Expanded font?
The Sica Family was designed in order to address issues related to technology, while maintaining humanistic forms. Thus, a font with square shapes emerged, but with smooth curves and slightly rounded terminals making it friendly. The family has three widths – condensed, normal and expanded – each of them with six weights and their respective italics, resulting in 36 fonts. With particular details and open shapes that increase legibility, it can be used for both text compositions as well for display sizes. It has 774 glyphs, covering more than 50 languages, as well as ligatures, lining, oldstyle, tabular and proportional figures, fractions, superiors, inferiors, and small caps, all of them accessible through OpenType features.
Sica Expanded Font families
The Sica Expanded includes the following font families:
- Sica Expanded Extra Light
- Sica Expanded Extra Light Italic
- Sica Expanded Light
- Sica Expanded Light Italic
- Sica Expanded
- Sica Expanded Regular Italic
- Sica Expanded Semi Bold
- Sica Expanded Semi Bold Italic
- Sica Expanded Bold
- Sica Expanded Bold Italic
- Sica Expanded Extra Bold
- Sica Expanded Extra Bold Italic
Sica Expanded Preview
Here is a preview of how Sica Expanded will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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