Karlsen Serif is an old-style serif typeface drawn by graphic designer Henrik Steen Karlsen in 2012. Karlsen Serif share similarities to a range of classic serif typefaces, such as, Garamond, Jenson and Minion. However Karlsen Serif has a stronger calligraphic touch, with large contrast between stem and hairline, and a slanted axis. Karlsen Serif is conceived specifically for editorial use, ideally suited for text in sizes ranging from 7- to 14-point, Karlsen Serif is the right choice for magazines, journals, book publishing, and corporate communications.
Karlsen Serif is an OpenType font family. The family comes in 2 weights, regular, and bold.
Supported OpenType features include ligatures.