In typography, a “serif” is a small line or stroke regularly attached to the end of a larger stroke in a letter. Serif fonts are classic, as they came into style beginning in the late 1700s. Serif fonts are perfect for typesetting large amounts of legible text.


Like many contemporary Dutch serif faces, Scala is not an academic revival of a single historic typeface but shows influences of several historic models. This makes Scala a very popular font in fine-art print design.

Font: Scala


Sweet but not saccharine, earnest but not grave, Archer is designed to hit just the right notes of forthrightness, credibility, and charm through ball-serif terminals and geometric curves.

Font: Archer


Mrs Eaves is a remake of the classic Baskerville typeface and carries vertical stressed letters. Due to its relatively wide proportions, it’s useful for giving presence to small amounts of text or for elegant headlines.

Font: Mrs Eaves

* Each suite can be customized with your choice of colors, artwork, type, layout, and paper.

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