Seravek, designed by Eric Olson, is a sans serif typeface published by the Process Type Foundry. It was made to meet to the demanding needs of information, editorial, and identity design, where the twin forces of richness and clarity must co-exist. Seravek strives for a clear functionality and near invisibility: its letters are unobtrusive, refined, and imbued with a sense of modernity.
Seravek has Small Caps and OpenType All Small Caps. The design of the small caps has its own appeal, particularly the wider capital letters and looser spacing.
For a wide range of communication needs, Seravek contains multiple numeral styles: Lining, Old Style, Small Caps and a Tabular version for each.
To match all caps or small caps text settings, Seravek has case-sensitive punctuation to help keep things like brackets and apostrophes in line.
Seravek has pre-built fractions — quarters, thirds, and eighths — as well as numerators and denominators for composing arbitrary fractions.
A large set of superscripts & superiors — numbers, letters, and punctuation — allow for typesetting various data, footnotes, mathematical material, and more.
A large set of subscripts & inferiors – numbers, letters, and punctuation — allow for typesetting various data, chemical formulas, and mathematical material.
Via OpenType Stylistic Alternates, you can change the default ampersand and lowercase g.
Seravek contains a several kinds of arrows and shapes, found as OpenType Ornaments (Roman only).
Desktop: OTF (OpenType). Webfonts: WOFF & WOFF2 (Web Open Font Format) and EOT (Embedded OpenType).
Seravek includes our Extended Latin character set. View the complete list of languages this covers.
True italic styles match each weight in the family. Their design, though distinct, is not overly expressive.