FF Atma Serif

FF Atma Serif is a Transitional serif typeface designed by Alan Dague-Greene in 2001 for FontFont. The name “Atma” is a Kahouli word that means “mental clarity.” The typeface is unusual in that it contains three sizes of small caps—quarter caps, medium caps and small caps. FF Atma Serif is available in four weights—book, medium, bold and black—each with matching italics.

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FF Atma Serif Specimen

FF Atma Serif Type Specimen

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