Fonts
Portofino

Influenced by Italian hand-lettered posters from the early twentieth century, Portofino is a charming display typeface with expressive forms complementing its underlying geometric proportions. True to the variety and quirkiness of the reference material, Portofino supports an extensive array of swashes and stylistic alternates.

Styles

6 weights
Thin
Extra Light
Light
Regular
Medium
Bold

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Hôtel Comella

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Abiti per Uomo

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Palazzo Grassi

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Milanese • 1924

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Martini & Rossi

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Ultime Novità

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Negroni • Campari
Rossini • Cardinale
Amaretto • Bellini

Stylistic Alternates

Other Features

Pandoro • Sfinge
Budino • Cannoli
Tiramisu • Gelato

Font Features

Each of our fonts contain different OpenType features which allow for greater typographic and stylistic control. These features are accessible on the web, and in most desktop applications. The features can be tested in the samples above and are described in more detail below.

OpenType Features:

Swashes 12 Stylstic Sets Ordinals Fractions Superscript Subscript
Swashes
swsh
CJKNPQRS.ss08V23569&&.ss01
Farai un
PRoVino
Alternate “&”
ss01
Martini & Rossi
Alternate “G”
ss02
Aperitivo Digestivo
Dotted “I”
ss03
Biscotti
Short Dotted “I”
ss04
Pompelmo • Arancio
Limone • Mandarino
Alternate “M” & “N”
ss05
Milano • Italia
Alternate “Q”
ss06
Acqua Minerale
Alternate “R”
ss07
Orvieto
Alternate “S”
ss08
Insuperabile!
Alternate “W”
ss09
Vino • Wine
Alternate “4”
ss10
Campari 24%
Alternate “8”
ss11
Nato 1938
Diamond Bullet
ss12
Qui Qua Quo
Ordinals
ordn
Ufficio No. 24
Fractions
frac
1/4 kilo di zucchero
Superscripts & Subscripts
sups & subs
Lotto24
Condominio5

Font Information

Influenced by Italian hand-lettered posters from the early twentieth century, Portofino is a charming display typeface with expressive forms complementing its underlying geometric proportions. True to the variety and quirkiness of the reference material, Portofino supports an extensive array of swashes and stylistic alternates.

Released

2022

Designers

  • Louise Fili
  • Matthew Smith

Production

  • Schriftlabor

320 Supported Languages*

  • Acheron
  • Achinese
  • Achuar-Shiwiar
  • Afar
  • Afrikaans
  • Aguaruna
  • Amahuaca
  • Amarakaeri
  • Amis
  • Andaandi (Dongolawi)
  • Anuta
  • Ao Naga
  • Aragonese
  • Arbëreshë Albanian
  • Arvanitika Albanian
  • Asháninka
  • Ashéninka Perené
  • Asu (Tanzania)
  • Atayal
  • Balinese
  • Bari
  • Basque
  • Batak Dairi
  • Batak Karo
  • Batak Mandailing
  • Batak Simalungun
  • Batak Toba
  • Bemba (Zambia)
  • Bena (Tanzania)
  • Bikol
  • Bini
  • Bislama
  • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
  • Bosnian
  • Breton
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  • Caquinte
  • Caribbean Hindustani
  • Cashibo-Cacataibo
  • Cashinahua
  • Catalan
  • Cebuano
  • Central Aymara
  • Central Kurdish
  • Central Nahuatl
  • Chachi
  • Chamorro
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  • Chokwe
  • Chuukese
  • Cimbrian
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  • Cook Islands Māori
  • Cornish
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  • Creek
  • Crimean Tatar
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  • Czech
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  • English
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  • Faroese
  • Fijian
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  • French
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  • Galician
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  • German
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  • Polish
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  • Romanian
  • Romansh
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  • Sicilian
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  • Standard Estonian
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  • Sundanese
  • Swahili
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  • Swedish
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  • Zapotec
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  • Zuni

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