Harriet (Serif Font Family): Tuesday Type Treat

Chicago-based Okay Type has just released a gorgeous serif font family called Harriet with both display and text styles to suite your needs.

The Harriet Series is a rational serif family. It’s a contemporary reflection of the serifs popular in mid-20th-century American and English design. Harriet draws inspiration from both transitional faces, such as Baskerville, and modern faces, such as Century, at the same time it is unburdened by any particular historical model. The display styles give it just enough exuberance to sparkle while the diligent, sturdy text styles make it a true workhorse.

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