serif


Serifs are semi-structural details on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters and symbols.

Books 1

This bilingual English/German type specimen presents Typotheque type families which are available in Sans/Serif or Sans/Slab variations.

Articles 1

This article by the designer of Scala and Seria is as much a typographic guide and history lesson as it is a personal account of his approach to type design.
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 3195 words

Blogs 4

William, a contemporary interpretation of Caslon, is a truly international font in which English, Dutch and Russian influences come together to create one complete, modern type family.
29 February 2016
Lava font was designed for magazine use, but far transcends its original application. It’s a no-nonsense workhorse typeface that can handle large quantities of text with ease.
23 September 2013
Lumin is an extensive type family designed by our longtime collaborator Nikola Djurek and intended especially for editorial use.
7 May 2013
Nara explores gaps in traditional type classification. It exhibits characteristics of humanist typefaces, such as an oblique axis of contrast between the thick and thin strokes, but also characteristics of modern typefaces.
1 June 2009

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Although the notion of serif/sans serif doesnʼt exist in Arabic typography, we created two different packages for Fedra Sans and Serif. Obviously only the Latin characters are serifed or not; the Arabic glyphs were then designed to match the typographic ʻcolourʼ of the text, so the Sans is slightly heavier than the Serif because...