0 items, $0.00

Anselm Serif™

by Storm

11 fonts: $329.00

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

flag

About this font family

One of the good practices of today’s type foundries is that they release their type families as systems including both serif and sans serif type. Usually, the sources of inspiration need to be well tried with time and practice, since production of a type family is such a laborious and complex process. From the beginning, it needs to be clear that the result will be suited for universal use. Such systems, complete with the broad, multi-lingual variations permitted by the OpenType format, have become the elementary, default instrument of visual communication. Non-Latin scripts are useful for a wide scope of academic publications, for packaging and corporate systems alike. And what about outdoor advertisement designated for markets in developing countries? Cyrillics and Greek have become an integral part of our OpenType font systems. Maybe you noticed that the sans serif cuts have richer variety of the light – black scale. This is due to the fact that sans serif families tend to be less susceptible to deformities in form, and thus they are able to retain their original character throughout the full range of weights. On the other hand, the nature of serifed, contrasted cuts does not permit such extremes without sacrificing their characteristic features. Both weights were drawn by hand, only the Medium cut has been interpolated. Anselm Ten is a unique family of four cuts, slightly strengthened and adjusted for the setting in sizes around 10 pt and smaller, as its name indicates. More…

The ancestry of Anselm goes back to Jannon, a slightly modified Old Style Roman. I drew Serapion back in 1997, so its spirit is youthful, a bit frisky, and it is charmed by romantic, playful details. Anselm succeeds it after ten years of evolution, it is a sober, reliable laborer, immune to all eccentricities. The most significant difference between Sebastian/Serapion and Anselm is the raised x-height of lowercase, which makes it ideal for applications in extensive texts.

Our goal was to create an all-round type family, equally suitable for poetry, magazines, books, posters, and information systems.

See a typo? Edit the description!

Available licensing options
Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Small Caps Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian Cyrillic Greek Modern OpenType Alternates OpenType Swash Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols



Sample text:
Loading…

Anselm Serif

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Serif Italic

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Serif Medium

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Serif Medium Italic

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Serif Bold

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Serif Bold Italic

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Ten

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Ten Italic

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Ten Bold

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Ten Bold Italic

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Anselm Stencil

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$63.00

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  


More fonts like this

prev
next

Tags

public tags
your public tags
  • (none)
your private tags
  • (none)
Add tags


Tips
  • Don’t spam. We monitor tag submissions!
  • Separate multiple tags with commas.
  • Comma in a tag? Use "double quotes."