Vulnus Font


Vulnus is a font based on scans of Delitsch-Antiqua, designed by Hermann Delitsch on behalf of the Leipzig type foundry Klinkhardt and was published there in 1911. The font fully embodies the character of the broad-cut broad nib. In this sense, Delitsch-Antiqua is an unrelated printed typeface, but with a lively handwritten character.

Vulnus font seamlessly blends historical sophistication with a modern touch, making it an ideal choice for projects that demand a refined and versatile aesthetic.

With a nod to the traditional forms of Delitsch-Antiqua, Vulnus preserves the graceful serifs and balanced proportions that characterize the timeless beauty of the original typeface. Each letter is meticulously crafted to offer a sense of historical continuity while introducing subtle refinements for contemporary applications.

Vulnus is a typeface that bridges the past and present, providing a sophisticated and legible option for editorial layouts, elegant invitations, and branding projects.