Moon is a shaggy serif adapted for contemporary applications. It supports a wide array of OpenType-functions, wide language support and contains approximately 450 characters in each weight. The type is designed across four weights and is constructed with a deviating geometrical build, compared to classical antikvas.
The typeface is designed for use in editorial and display settings. One of the main characteristics of Moon is the growing width of the hairlines, a trait that gives it a unique texture and identity in larger applications. Stylistically it borrows from several epochs, but is firmly grounded in the contemporary visual landscape. Moon is an attempt to draw a worthy alternative to todays sans-serif hysteria. A clash of modernity and the classics.