Designed by Jonathan Hill, Scharf is a serif font family. This typeface has sixteen styles and was published by The Northern Block.
A sturdy serif designed as a companion to the Schar font family. Using Schar as a template, accurate serif details are carefully drawn into each character, improving readability and further enhancing the fonts fluid and dynamic personality. Scharf, used in conjunction with the sans serif becomes an extensive type system, purposely suited for editorial design and complex typographic hierarchy. Details include eight weights with matching true italics, over 950 characters per font with alternative lowercase a, e, g and y, eight variations of numerals, true small caps with accents, discretionary ligatures and language support covering Western, South and Central European and Vietnamese.
|Foundry||The Northern Block|