What is the Lumina™ font?
Lumina combines a fluid, informal look with an upright, fairly formal character structure. The font is reminiscent of leaded or stained glass, suggesting a trying to-be-solid outline with flowing inner spaces. Characters are softened by the use of staggered heights and slightly irregular widths, creating the impression of hand-crafted, ink-drawn shapes. More…
Lumina is unusual in that it gives a medieval treatment to a modern character outline. The outline has been given an irregular, slightly hand-crafted look that is at variance with its modern character and hints at both the informality of a grunge font and the carefully hand-drawn quality of medieval illuminated scripts (hence its name). It is one of the few informal, compressed fonts that retains a high degree of legibility. Use it when you want your text to be both relaxed and readable, and yet take up very little space on the page.
Lumina Regular is not an outline font in the usual sense, since it contains one or more rounded hollows or lacunae within its outline.
Use Lumina for:
—Ecclesiastical book headings and illustrations
—Greeting card design
—The “fine print”
The font contains a full 256 character set (upper and lower case, punctuation, diacritical characters, special symbols and numerals), in which all characters have been fully kerned and letter-spaced.
Lumina™ Font families
The Lumina™ includes the following font families:
- Lumina Black
Here is a preview of how Lumina™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.