Xaloc Xaloc was designed for editorial use in books, magazines and newspapers. This typeface family contains different font versions for different optical sizes; Caption, Text, Subhead and Display, all of them with different x-height proportions and contrast. Its serifs are asymmetrical and its letterforms have geometric modulated strokes that emulate the calligraphic variations. Its design approach enhances text flow and continuous reading. Xaloc was based on Ricado Santos’ Tramuntana, which has the same skeleton, proportions and serifs with a more mechanical design. Xaloc is the Catalonian name for the Mediterranean wind that comes from the Sahara and reaches hurricane speeds in North Africa and Southern Europe.

Xaloc Subhead Regular

Xaloc Text Regular

Xaloc Bold Italic

Xaloc Display Heavy

Xaloc Text Bold

Xaloc Display Heavy

Xaloc Caption Regular

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Among recent oldstyle book faces, Xaloc by Ricardo Santos is one of the most impressive. A text face that combines supreme usability with great personality.