Feature Text Family, 6 styles
Feature Text RegularMost feature films are between 75 and 210 minutes long. The first narrative feature film was the 60-minute The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906, Australia). The first (proto)-feature-length film adaptation was Les Misérables (1909, U.S.). Other early feature films include L'Inferno, Defence of Sevastopol (1911), Oliver Twist (American version), Oliver Twist (British version), Richard III, From the Manger to the Cross, Cleopatra (1912), and Quo Vadis? (1913).Feature Text Regular ItalicThe most common text features of a book include the table of contents, the index, headings, captions, bold words, illustrations, photographs, the glossary, labels, graphs, charts, and diagrams. Many of these text features can also be found in newspapers, magazines, or individual articles.
Christian Schwartz and Berton Hasebe originally designed Feature for T: The New York Times Style Magazine in 2018. Diagonal stress, mismatched contrast between main strokes and serifs, and sharply angled head serifs conspire to give the face tension, dynamism, and immediacy. The collection has been expanded for release by Hrvoje Živčić, who expanded the weight range and drew italics for the entire collection. The Text cut comes with small caps, and all of the families come with lots of useful alternates.