Designed by Bernd Volmer Seraphs is font family that encompasses multiple typographic styles in one single system. Unlike other families with a sans and serif style, Seraphs doesn’t stop there. Utilising variable font technology Seraphs delivers 6 genre in one font and allows the user to define intermediary styles meaning the aesthetic possibilities are vast!

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Quentin Schmerber’s Esad talk on Baskerville in France (and his changing relationship with English typefaces) released as a video capture, its honest, insightful (nerdy!) and delightful - check it out and after the jump note the links on the right to other speakers from the event.

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Carolyn Porter wrote this excellent overview for people considering transforming old cursive handwriting into a digital font? “Before forging ahead with the design, assess your goals for historical accuracy, identify the idiosyncrasies that make the handwriting special, develop a strategy for connecting glyphs, and decide if you want to include texture. Then let the fun begin.“

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