Blacker Font is a serif type family designed by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli. It was developed as a take on the style that Jeremiah Shoaf has defined as the “evil serif” genre: typefaces with high contrast, old-style or modern serif proportions, and sharp, blade-like triangular serifs.
Due to the high contrast in the design – slightly reminiscent of didone typefaces – Blacker Font has been developed in two optical subfamilies. The display version offers tighter tracking, higher contrast, and sharper corners for maximum effect at big sizes, while the text variant offers better readability and screen rendering at smaller sizes, with lower contrast and looser spacing.
In the pro version, two additional condensed variant families have been added (condensed display and condensed text) allowing for more freedom and versatility in typesetting where space constraints are present. Also, three titling uppercase-only variants have been added, with a slightly extended feel, and two decorative subfamilies (inline and diamond).
Each of these seven variants has been developed in six weights from light to heavy, with matching italics, for a total of 69 styles covering a wide range of editorial and advertising uses. All Blacker Pro features a revised and extended character set covering over two hundred languages using the Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek alphabets. Open type features include small caps, positional numerals, fractions, superior & inferior figures, alternate forms, and an extended set of standard and discretionary ligatures.
With its bold personality, Blacker Font aims to be a modern classic used for bold statements and self-conscious brands, making your text look great both on paper and on the screens.
This is only the trial version of Blacker Pro Font. It’s available free for personal use only.