Finding new typefaces can be a daunting task, but we're here to make your life a little easier. Portuguese-based KOBU Foundry designed an elegant serif font, Taiyo Serif, with seven weights. Taiyo is a fantastic choice for titles, headlines, long-form, short-form, small text, print productions, or digital communications. There's something about this font that looks contemporary and progressive while still drawing influence from editorials of the 70s and 80s. I guess what I'm trying to say is that it's the perfect fit for any project in any medium. You're welcome.
Taiyo™ Serif is a digital typeface with seven weights – light, regular, medium, semibold, bold, extra bold and black – and two styles – normal and italic. In addition to being inspired by the editorials of the 70s and 80s, this font is a bold ode to the solar flares of our Sun classified as G2V star. Each weight contains a character set that includes uppercase, lowercase, numerals, diacritics, punctuation, base ligatures and symbols (including arrows). In this way, this typeface supports more than 60 languages derived from Latin, namely Western, Central, and South-Eastern European. Due to the high contrast, Taiyo’s typographic forms are easily recognizable, making it an excellent choice for titles and headlines. Taiyo™ can also be applied in small or long texts, and it’s a suitable choice for print pieces or digital media. Available at https://www.kobufoundry.com/fonts/taiyo-serif/
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