Kostic Serif

Kostic Serif is a Transitional serif typeface released in 2012 by Serbian father-and-son duo, Zoran and Nikola Kostic of Kostic Type Foundry. The design was inspired by classic Transitional faces like Baskerville and Caslon. Kostic Serif is available in three weights with matching italics.

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Kostic Serif Specimen

Kostic Serif Type Specimen

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Kostic Serif Font Pairings

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Fonts — Kostic Serif, Adelle Sans
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