You want your audience to focus on the message rather than the font.  So it’s important that you get the right font for the project.  Serif fonts are considered easier for the brain to read than sans serif fonts.  As a designer you would know that serifs are the little tails at the edges of the letters.  On the web however, these little tails actually make it harder to read because the resolution on a computer monitor is a lot less than in printed form.  If you are doing web based work you might want to check our list of Sans Serif Fonts.  If you are producing work for printed publications then a serif font might be just what you are after.  We have a collection of some really nice ones for you to consider.  If you are interested in finding out more about any of the fonts below then just Click on the Image.

Rubber Boots

Rubber Boots

 

Naive Inline Font Pack

Naive Inline Font Pack

 

Erora

Erora

 

 

Gardener Font

Gardener Font

 

Qarross Modern Serif with Alternates

Qarross Modern Serif with Alternates

 

Rocking Bones

Rocking Bones GR

 

Rannisa

Rannisa

 

Rannisa Plain

rannisa plain

 

Brch Hand Drawn

Brch Hand Drawn

 

Eckford Display

Eckford Display

 

Hawk & Hunter + Extras

Hawk & Hunter + Extras

 

Roodies Italic

Roodies italic

 

The Wallington Pro

The Wallington Pro

 

Brave New Font Pack & Graphic Extras

Brave New Font Pack & Graphic Extras

 

Westcoast Font Pack

Westcoast Font Pack

 

1790 Royal Printing OTF

1790 Royal Printing OTF

 

Archive Garamond Regular Pro

Archive Garamond Regular Pro

 

Happy Serif

Happy Serif

 

 

Thankful Serif

thankful-serif

 

Broondy Serif Font Pack

Broondy Serif

 

Carrig Roman

carrig-roman

 

 

It is good seed! Graphic package

artimasfamily-o

 

 

BOSMAN_stripes

bosman-stripes1-o

 

 

Ride My Bike Serif Pro Family 50%Off

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