Estragon: the venetian Sans
The friendly and highly legible venetian Sans. Characterized by a light slant to the right for most of the verticals, its small sized uppercase letters and its just lightly inclined italic. Equipped with all classical stuff as Regular, Italic and—for today’s requirements—a Bold cut, with different sets of digits, and wide language support, even the polish kreska. Added are historical character forms as well as a whole bunch of ligatures and some very useful symbols. Did I mention, every cut got real SmallCaps?
Cause it’s a venetian type, it likes to make jokes. And for the same reason it is a humanistic one.
Over all 904 characters per cut.