Cordelia represents the brave and Far Eastern culture. There are calligraphic strokes on the basis of its structure. A structure that makes its presence felt with the combination of lowercase and uppercase letters. This unusual alphabet also includes non-Latin-like characters. Because Cordelia equals Asia. We can see the effect of the calligraphy brush stroke on the letters. It consists of two different line thicknesses and appears with a semi-serif structure. The folds at the ends create an oriental and traditional style. With its small details, Cordelia reflects its personality more strongly. This modernized traditional structure has been designed to be used in today's book covers, posters, packaging designs and logos of various brands.
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