Osbourne is a display typeface with titles based on a refresh, a revival of Salem, originally designed by Keystone Type Foundry.
A font with elevated x-height and condense proportions. Visibly “sharp.”
In addition to the default version, it has two other versions: one that is sharper and another with wide alternatives to the circular characters. Between these and its five weights, Osbourne has a range of personalities to fit a designer’s needs. Think titles, branding, short texts, whatever you want to make look good.
Yet another font in the Latinotype arsenal that covers more than 200 languages within the Latin alphabet and basic Cyrillic.