Flama Semi Condensed is another favorite among editorial and newspaper designers. It contains nine weights ranging from Ultra-Light to Black. There are no italics so far. It retains all essential flavour of the original Flama, while being considerably more economic proving to be useful for display and text setting. Equally to Eudald News, Flama Semi-Condensed was first used in the re-design of the Portuguese daily paper Diário de Notícias. Being now used in a wide range of publications worldwide, including The Sunday Times, Newsweek and Playboy among others. As all other Flama versions Flama SemiCondensed has an extended character set supporting most of latin based languages.
Note: from April 2015 on we're distributing a new version of Flama (v05) with additional glyphs (including Oldstyle figures) and revised italic for the normal version.