letterpress ink: cardinal | fonts: quartz grotesque + at sackers gothic light | paper: bella flamingo 2-ply | invite size: sq-7 | liner: pura vida pattern in shell + cmyk | envelope: bella cotton white
Detroit Metro - Detroit Metro® is a 1930's urban classic revival of 12 fonts from Metro light to rough together with the classic Regular styles and weights offering designers a wider range of options.
Optima is a contrasted sans typeface that has elegance, style and is beautifully designed. Classic proportions, clear, legible, subtle and a tall x-height. Estee Lauder use the font in a light weight for added finesse alongside large imagery and a navy blue as their brand colour, giving a formal, serious but sophisticated feel.
The Bobbi Brown logo is set in Univers Ultra Condensed and is the only brand to use narrow proportions in their logo. They use a lot of white space with black type and black borders creating a stark, harsh tone of voice. A loose hand script font that decorates some content lacks finesse as the bold shapes appear clumsy and undefined. Using Brandon Text a geometric rounded sans font adds a softness but looks slightly fuzzy at the sizes used.
I'm looking for an all caps font where the letter typed with Caps ON is slightly larger than the letters typed with Caps OFF. Copperplate Gothic, light and bold, are the only fonts on Microsoft Word default list which has this feature. Sackers Gothic is the only other font that I found. Are there any more appealing fonts with this feature?