Orenga

Orenga is a calligraphic sans that matches the Mediterranean flavour with Dutch influences. Its narrow letterforms makes of Orenga a space–saving design.

Flared stems and subtly bulging stroke endings give it a refined appearance in display sizes. Its open shapes and large x–height guarantee perfect legibility in small sizes.

An organic, hand–made feel makes Orenga ideal for subjects such as environment, children, and cooking, yet it is serious enough to be used

in branding.


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Glyphs uppercase


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Glyphs lowercase


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