VERSION No. 1.082
A new evolution of the slab serif. Bezzia was inspired by the entomology collections at California Academy of Sciences. Imbued with academic gravity and timeless style, Bezzia brings natural brilliance to any project.
16 Total Styles
Lining & Old Style Figures
Math & Currency
Supports 200+ Languages
Bezzia has slab serifs. Here are some of them!
Bezzia uses a mixture of shapes to produce a typographical texture that is full of life.
Bezzia has a fun construction for the letter ‘c’.
Bezzia has an unusual construction for the letter ‘g’. You might not notice at first, but the bowl and tail are one continuous shape.
Bezzia’s number drawings have a nice mix of sharp ‘beak’ terminations, and round ‘hook’ terminations, representing the mixture of round and sharp details throughout the design.
Some glyphs change construction between Bezzia’s roman (upright) and italic fonts.
When Bezzia gets bold enough, it starts ‘forgetting’ a serif on the interior of some letters, to help protect the negative space trapped inside the letter.
Bezzia has ‘split bar’ fractions, allowing the numerators and denominators to appear larger, and for the fraction itself to take up less horizontal space.
Bezzia has some ‘square-ish’ curves. Here are some of them.
Bezzia’s italic has some ‘f-ligatures’, carefully controlling the way in which certain pairs with the ‘f’ glyph are constructed. Here’s one of our favorites.
Bezzia’s italic has a ‘descending f’, adding careful differentiation between the roman and italic.
Bezzia is a natural selection for your next project.
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