Vollkorn

Serif

Friedrich Althausen

Vollkorn is the German word for ‘wholemeal’, which designer Friedrich Althausen felt described this ‘dark, sturdy, and grainy’ serif well. It offers six weights, small caps, and a number of OpenType features, making it perfect for (to stretch this analogy even further) everyday, bread and butter usage.

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