Infini is a calligraphic sans-serif typeface designed by Paris-based graphic and type designer Sandrine Nugue. It was commissioned by the Centre National des Arts Plastiques and released as a free download under the Creative Commons license in 2015. The family is available in regular, italic and bold styles, as well as a Picto style full of unusual pictograms. I had previously used Infini as the primary body typeface on Typewolf (paired with Romana for headers). It reads well as a text face, but the extreme heaviness of the bold and the lack of a bold italic style made it difficult to work with for my specific situation.
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