Central European encoding
Standard ligatures (liga)
Discretionary ligatures (dlig)
Stylistic alternates (salt)
Contextual alternates (calt)
Stylistic sets (ss0x)
Designed by: Thomas Schostok, Stefan Claudius
CA Cape Rock is a great anti-boredom display font. Created in 2007 with a super fat Clarendon & wood type in mind, it features distinctive forms and stunning details. A huge set of ligatures and swash characters provide for ever new surprises.
Completely revised in 2020, this slab serif typeface comes with harmonized paths, adapted OT features (now with the “swash features”) and revised letters, like the Ampersand (&), a new “uppercase German” Eszett (ß), as well as new diacritics for the availability of more languages in the Central and South-European area. Spacing and kerning of the typeface has been redesigned from scratch.
As the icing on the cake there is now also an oblique style. Keep in mind “you shall have no other headlines fonts beside me”.