• KS Calliste fully supports the Greek polytonic writing system, as well as the Latin alphabet.

    REGULAR
    ITALIC
    SEMIBOLD
    SEMIBOLD ITALIC
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  • KS Calliste Deco fully supports the Greek polytonic writing system,
    as well as the Latin alphabet (only capital features).


    REGULAR
    Click here to download a pdf text sample, as well as this typeset's features.

  • KS Calliste Shadow fully supports the Greek polytonic writing system,
    as well as the Latin alphabet (only capital features).


    REGULAR
    Click here to download a pdf text sample, as well as this typeset's features.

  •    In Greek mythology, Callisto (Calliste or Kallisti) is the daughter of King Lycaon of Arcadia, Peloponnese. Her name derives from the Greek word "Kallos", which means "Beauty". So, Calliste is the most beautiful of all!
       The main feature of Calliste is her poetic mood. Designed without stringent rules but just "Beauty" in mind. The distinctive play on the basic forms of letters, simultaneously with the difference between regulars and italics, makes it ideal for a wide printing use.
       The font is designed with true italic forms (not slanted) and contains a small number of ligatures. It supports Greek polytonic system as well as Latin alphabet. Offered in four weights - Normal, Italic, SemiBold and SemiBold Italic.

  •    KS Calliste Deco is the decorative drop caps version and has been enriched with modern motifs derived from the Byzantine palaeography. Contains all uper case characters (Greek and Latin) in any possible form of accentuation (polytonic and monotonic).
       It is extremely suitable for use as drop caps.

  •    KS Calliste Shadow (Shd) forms a "three-dimensional" version of Calliste's uper case. The discreet shade of letters allows them to be used as decorative characters, drop caps, but also in small texts and titles.
       Contains all uper case characters (Greek and Latin) in any possible form of accentuation (polytonic and monotonic).