The Libertinage font-set we developed for the FLOSS+Art book. It was built by copying and pasting parts of Linux Libertine glyphs or simply by all-turning glyphs.

There are 27 variations, one for each letter of the Latin alphabet + the ‘Full’ version, containing all modifications.

Every section of the book was assigned one font variation. The book reflects on the growing relationship between Free Software ideology, open content and digital art.

One Response to “Libertinage”

  1. Ron Chandler Says:

    I’m using Libre Office, whose PDF-maker hates OpenType, so I hope I can use this interesting font. Thanks,