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January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co

January 20, 2015

Serous
An interlocking display typeface from Formist

Formist Serous is a geometric display typeface designed by Mark Gowing. As the naming indicates, Serous has been designed to embody the feeling of liquid. Letters and texts are defined by rhythm and fluidity. The word serous comes from the Latin serõsus (from serum) and is defined as: resembling, or producing serum, referring to substances of a watery nature.

Serous employs a systemised design that generates form and structure based on a set of modular rules. The characters are drawn on a geometric grid, giving the type a rhythmic uniform nature. Serous is very distinctive at large display sizes. The typeface is not intended for use at text sizes or as large gallies of text. The letter spacing is defined by a pin line that separates each character. The most dynamic results are often achieved by using settings that create the same pin line in the leading as is present in the kerning.

Serous is available as a four style package from Formist.
formist.co