The Bembo font family

The origin of Bembo font was the famous printers of the Italian Renaissance, Aldus Manutius. It is the model for a revival type design. Aldus Manutius designed this font in 1929. Renaissance scribe Giovanni Tagliente cut the italic is based on letters. It is popular for graceful stability, quiet presence & lighter weights. 31 weights, including small caps, expert characters Old style figures, & an alternate cap are present ion this font. It has timeless classical character. It is perfect for advertising & packaging projects.
Designed 1929 by Aldus Manutius.

The Bembo font family includes several styles. Click one of the packages below to get more information about the Bembo font (download version) you want:

More fonts:
Belshaw, Belta, Beluga LT, Belwe, Bely, Bembo, Ben Gurion, Bench Grinder, Benchley, Bianca, BLAQ