Merienda is a Spanish term for afternoon snack and this pleasant time of the day was worth its own typography. Merienda has soft shapes, is slightly condensed, and has a rhythm which is an invitation to read short pieces of text. It is ideal for headlines which call for height, as its strokes resemble those of a brush and deliver freshness and a dynamic touch in the development of words. Merienda One is the initial publication of this typeface family in a single bold. Its creator, Eduardo Tunni is a well known typhographer. His font designing skill is popular among other typhographers. He does not restrict his fonts in one single style, but keeps try and develop new designs that people have never done before. He is the creator of Merienda font. He also designed Amita, Arapey, Arya, Average, Croissant One, and Diplomata style.
Merienda provides only 2 different weights: regular, bold. optical sizes, as they are now often called in digital type, are variants of a typeface drawn and optimized for a certain size range or application. Size-specific adjustments had been made to typefaces since the very beginning of typography, but subsequently got neglected given the possibility and convenience of infinite scaling — first with the pantograph and mechanical punch-cutting, and later in photographic and digital typesetting. With traditional letterpress type, each size of a typeface is tailored to the requirements of that specific size.
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