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Dynamic forms & counterforms


Automatic features





Intelligent connections


Shape alternates


Word endings


Authentic brushstroke shapes


Optional features


No connections



All connections


Control shape alternates


Old-style and lining figures


Arbitrary fractions



Extensive character set



A license to use the desktop fonts on a limited number of computers, according to the terms of our desktop font license agreement. Fonts may also be embedded in secure PDFs and ePubs. OpenType PS (OTF) font format, compatible with Macintosh, Windows, and other major operating systems.



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Cortado Regular

About Cortado

Fearless & carefree

Inspired by illustrator Cecilia Carlstedt’s hand-painted script, Cortado translates the spontaneous energy of pointed brushwork into digital type. With a strikingly fresh aesthetic, Cortado has breezy confidence and mid-century cool. 

To mimic hand lettering, nimble OpenType programming automatically alternates cursive connections with breaks between characters. Ligatures step in to prevent awkward collisions, and words end in natural brushstrokes. Repeated letters have subtle shape variations, for an authentic, self-assured feel.

You can fine-tune every feature yourself, but why not let Cortado do the heavy lifting? Kick back with a café cortado (the Spanish name for espresso cut with milk). Cortado’s got this—with fully-caffeinated swagger.


Ben Kiel
Jesse Ragan

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