VERSION No. 1.077
Packed with sleek details and tons of character, Parclo Serif performs like a well-oiled machine. Let the detailing sparkle in Hairline, put it in neutral with Regular for paragraphs, or kick it into overdrive with an Ultra headline.
18 Total Styles
Companion Sans Typeface
Lining & Old Style Figures
Math & Currency
Supports 200+ Languages
The italic shapes are usually more flowing and expressive, to contrast the more sober tone of the roman.
Perhaps you’re trying to achieve a warm, friendly headline? Parclo Serif does this nicely.
Parclo Serif has a ‘true italic’, where every lowercase letter changes in construction from its ‘roman’ (upright) counterpart. Here’s a comparison of the letter ‘a’ for instance.
Parclo Serif has a unique lowercase “t,” to make sure it looks comfortable and at-home in its wide variety of weights.
You can even get the 1970s charm by adding a bit of negative tracking.
Here’s the roman and italic ‘e’.
See how the construction changes?
Parclo Serif has these ‘hook’ shapes in the lowercase.
Those same hooks are used in the number drawings as well.
We like the way the ‘z’ works in Parclo Serif.
Parclo Serif gets unusually bold, and unusually thin, for a wide variety of voices in one typeface.