What is the Quodlibet Serif font?
The new typeface system is based on legibility of Renaissance and Baroque Antiqua. It maintains the quality of drawings without an overpowering historical legacy. The current concept makes the system a universal whole. Abrading of sharp edges which could catch one’s attention leads to a fine rounding of details. In this way, a sans drawing does not look hard and sterile unlike most of its contemporaries. Special attention was paid to every detail of each letter. The professional question of how to incorporate brightening wedges into the dark places of individual strokes’ onsets was resolved by rounded shapes that have their graphic response in the detail of the serifs. Particularly in larger sizes the typeface offers drawing sophistication and dimensional interconnection. Apart from Cyrillic alphabet, the alphabet design includes Vietnamese accents.
Quodlibet Serif Font families
The Quodlibet Serif font includes the following font families:
- Quodlibet Serif Thin
- Quodlibet Serif Thin Italic
- Quodlibet Serif Light
- Quodlibet Serif Light Italic
- Quodlibet Serif
- Quodlibet Serif Italic
- Quodlibet Serif Semi Bold
- Quodlibet Serif Semi Bold Italic
- Quodlibet Serif Bold
- Quodlibet Serif Bold Italic
- Quodlibet Serif Extra Bold
- Quodlibet Serif Extra Bold Italic
- Quodlibet Serif Black
- Quodlibet Serif Black Italic
Quodlibet Serif Preview
Here is a preview of how Quodlibet Serif will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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