A low-contrast, subtly-flared serif.
Introducing Pseudonym – available in four weights across three styles in both roman and italic.
As with all of my typeface designs, I am creating fonts that I would use myself for branding purposes—typefaces with style and purpose that are intended for use in creating logos and distinctive branding typography. I wanted to create a typeface that had incisive flared serifs (with strong influences from fonts such as Albertus and Friz Quadrata) combined with the strength and solidity of modern sans-serif faces such as Proxima Nova and Gotham. The result is Pseudonym, which I feel has great presence, style and legibility. Although I must admit, I had to tone down the flared serifs during the design process in order to achieve that.
|Release Date||January 2016|
|No. of Fonts||24|
|Weights & Styles||Light, Regular, Medium, and Bold in Roman & Italic across three styles – Narrow, Regular and Wide|
|Alternates & Ligatures||30+ alternate characters, catchwords and discretionary ligatures|
|No. of Glyphs||600+|
|European Language Support||Yes (no Cyrillic)|