BRODO D'OSSA DA BOVINI GRASSFED
Some word about that
Nicola, viniculturist for work in the Langhe and Monferrato (UNESCO world heritage). Michele, coach and entrepreneur in the world of crossfit who operates in Barcelona.
Two different brothers but with the same idea in mind:
Enjoy the life.
The bond with the family is something they know well. Animals on the farm, time spent in the countryside, vegetable gardens and orchards.
Brodos Family was born from this. Two brothers (bro-dos) and their family.
More than a simple project.
The technological architecture is built on CMS WordPress , Bootstrap 3.6 , jQuery.js lib.
Behind this project are lot of people, many friends. Sita of Zeta Solution took care of the design (check this out), the texts were written by the guys from Fluens Comunicazione and of the web and motion design coding we took care of it.
Right there in your right side a work in progress page that we use during the website development.
Souvenir was designed by Morris Fuller Benton, who served as director of typeface development for the American Type Founders Company in the early twentieth century. However, being the “boss’s” handiwork didn’t result in the design getting any extra push from ATF’s marketing department; in fact, quite the opposite occurred.
The face was first shown in 1914 as a single-weight design with no italic complement. Souvenir wasn’t promoted again until the famous 1923 ATF specimen book, where its modest two-page showing was overshadowed by the 12 and 15-page showcases devoted to other designs. Few orders were placed for fonts of Souvenir’s handset type. After its ineffective 1923 promotion, the design lay dormant for over forty years until phototypography gave it a second chance.
Roboto has a dual nature. It has a mechanical skeleton and the forms are largely geometric. At the same time, the font features friendly and open curves. While some grotesks distort their letterforms to force a rigid rhythm, Roboto doesn’t compromise, allowing letters to be settled into their natural width. This makes for a more natural reading rhythm more commonly found in humanist and serif types.