Inspired by typographic experiments from the European Art Deco 1930’s era, Torrone is a chunky font with geometry-driven lower case and somewhat flamboyant, brush-influenced upper case. Perugina’s “Baci" letter mark for their classic hazelnut and dark chocolate kisses which originated in 1930’s Italy is a precursor. Another example is Halloren Schokoladenfabrik’s “Mignon” letter mark, back when the German company was called Mignon Schokoladenwerke AG, again from the 1930’s. Available for purchase from P22.
Torrone includes alternate lower case characters and full Central European glyph sets with over 550 characters included.
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