New fonts: Expo Serif from TypeCulture

Last month we announced a number of new fonts available from TypeCulture, including Expo Sans and Expo Sans Condensed. Today we’re happy to announce the release of another member of the family: Expo Serif.

Expo Serif by TypeCulture

Expo Serif by TypeCulture

Expo Serif was of course designed to complement Expo Sans, sharing a sturdy but narrow frame, open, legible counters, and playful details like the tipsy triangular dot on the ‘i’. But Expo Serif brings some new tricks to the table, like a full regiment of swash capitals, and discretionary ligatures as seen in the sample above. It also includes small caps and a wide range of language support.

The eight-style family is available for web to all paid Typekit subscribers. Select styles are available for Creative Cloud desktop sync. If you’ve never tried Typekit, sign up and take a look around, and upgrade to a paid plan when you’re ready.

3 Responses

  1. Michael says:

    Great font! Will any more weights of Expo Serif be available for desktop use in the near future?

    1. Ivan Bettger says:

      Michael, not likely in the near future, but keep checking back in!

  2. Franz says:

    First of all, the new Typekit Blog looks fantastic!

    This font couldn’t have come at a better time. It’s a perfect fit for one of our upcoming projects. Will certainly give the site some personality!

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Ivan Bettger

Foundry Relations Manager at Typekit. I've been learning about type on the job since 2005. Other activities include obsessing over basketball uniform aesthetics, discussing comic books with colleagues, and trying to remember what “orgeat” is.

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