Hey there, happy Friday! This series has been really popular, especially on pinterest, so I’m back for a third round. Slab serif fonts are a category identified by thick and vertical serifs, often with little variation in the font’s strokes. If you aren’t sure what a serif is, let’s rewind a bit and check out the diagram below:
Archer (included in the diagram above and linked below) is perhaps my most favorite font of all. As a girl who have over 4,000 fonts on her computer it’s tough for me to commit. But archer has stolen my heart for it’s gorgeous shapes and variety of weights. You’ll probably notice me using it all the time, now that I’ve let you in on this little secret. As I’ve stressed before, good fonts are rarely free. I’ll put an asterisk next to the freebies for you, but keep in mind that free fonts often require more kerning and leading work than the pricey tried and true varieties.
As always, if there’s a certain style of fonts you’d like for me to feature, please leave a comment! Have a beautiful weekend! See my post about handwritten font favorites here, and my favorite free fonts here.