Designed to offer unparalleled flexibility, Spezia Serif is a versatile typeface capable of meeting a wide range of design needs.
With 144 font weights at its disposal, it effortlessly handles typographic challenges, from small footnotes to elegant magazine titles.
Drawing inspiration from late 19th-century transitional typefaces, Spezia Serif embodies a timeless yet contemporary aesthetic. Its meticulously crafted shapes prioritize simplicity and essentiality.
Within the Spezia Serif family, distinct variations cater to different purposes. The headline version (A) showcases sleekness, high contrast, and intricate details, while the small text version (D) embraces openness and a monolinear design.
Paired with its sans sibling, Spezia Serif forms a cohesive typographic system, empowering designers to finely tune their compositions. Find more information about the design process of Spezia Serif at our blog post.
Spezia Serif includes three subfamilies: Condensed, Narrow, and Normal. The typeface is available as individual weights and as a variable font.
This typeface supports a wide range of languages which use the Latin alphabet.
You can use the typeface in most languages in the Americas, Europe and Australia, as well in much African languages and even in some Asian languages like Vietnamese.
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Desktop: otf (PS)
Variable Desktop: TTF-Variable-Font
Web: woff / woff2 /
Web Variable: woff / woff2
App: otf (PS) / TTF-Variable-Font
Variable App: TTF-Variable-Font
Complete (Thin → Black / Condensed → Normal / Small Text → Display)
Normal (Thin → Black / Small Text → Display)
Narrow (Thin → Black / Small Text → Display)
Condensed (Thin → Black / Small Text → Display)
Please have a look at our Frequently Ask Questions, in case you have further questions. Or finde more information about Spezia Serif at our blog post.