I like slab-serifs, the best examples blend the trustworthy look of the historical serif with the clean lines of the more modern sans.
Influenced perhaps by Herb Lubalin (who isn’t?), and his Lubalin font that serves as the slab-serif cousin of his Avant Garde sans,
I created Talbot Type Kettering as a slab-serif variation of my own Kamerik sans.
I've designed two variations with distinctly different flavours. Kettering 105 is clean and contemporary, all quite streamlined, while Kettering 205 has Art Deco tendencies. These include lower crossbars on the capital letters, a crossed W, and a distinctive diagonal crossbar on the lower case e.
There are several different End User License Agreements available, for specifically different uses. All Talbot Type fonts are priced similarly but license prices vary according to use.
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The prices for Desktop fonts and Webfonts below are quoted for 1 – 5 users and 10,000 pageviews per month respectively.
If you need more users or pageviews you can adjust the order before checkout. Note the special discounted Desktop and Webfont Combined license, if you require both.
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