6 Serif fonts to design elegant and clean Logos with


The Serif font is characterized by the relief feature that comes at the end of every alphabet used. Owing to the fact that the font has multiple options and variations to choose from, makes it that much more popular among graphic design professionals.


The Hermann font was designed in 2018 by Salvador Rodriguez and Diego Aravena and is widely considered to be one of the most readable fonts available today. The team was inspired by the works of Aldous Huxley and Herman Hesse. The concepts of duality, wildness and surrealism are recurrent throughout the design layout.

In addition to scoring high on the scale of legibility, the font has a bold and wild visual appeal. The font is available in multiple options that include both bold as well as italic. It draws inspiration from the worlds beautifully portrayed in the 20th-century novels. In fact, the name of the font is borrowed from one of the most well-known authors of the period.


Recoleta combines the best of both worlds – the classical appeal of vintage fonts with the original and modern flavour of new-age fonts. Jorge Cisterna, the designer, fused the smooth strokes of the Windsor font with the gentle and soft shapes of the Cooper font. The result is a familiar and beautiful finish that looks amazing on a business card or in a Logo. Additionally, it also gives a refreshing and unique appeal.

This font comes in a variety of typographic colors so you will be spoilt for choices when it comes to picking options for your project. Your preferences may vary according to the type of design – body content, headlines etc.

The Recoleta font has the distinction of standing out in any design layout or Logo.


This type of font is characterized by sharp wedges and high contrast. It was created by Andrea Tartarelli and Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini. The designers were trying to re-create the fonts that were around the 1970s.

Owing to the fact that the Blacker font can trace its genesis to the Latin script, it has found applications across more than 70 languages that include Russian Cyrillic. Its features include discretionary ligatures, small caps, inferior and superior figures, fraction, four sets of figures and alternate forms.

ITC Lubalin Graph

The ITC Lubalin Graph font conveys an elegant and sober look. The font which has a strong visual appeal is ideal for modern designs.

The ITC Lubalin Graph was designed in 1974. It is derived from an older sans serif font known as the ITC Avant Garde. The latter was designed by Herb Lubalin. As a consequence, the character shapes between the two designs are identical.

This font looks good across myriad applications such as packaging or headlines and is exceptionally versatile.

Linotype Didot

This font has been designed by Adrian Frutiger. It pays homage to one of the most famous 18th and 19th-century font foundries and print shops of France. During that period, the Didot family were designers, publishers, printers, intellectuals, inventors and typeface designers.

The Linotype Didot design has been derived from the French Modern Face Didot font. It gives an elegant and classic feel to any design where it is used.


This font family is often described as possessing an ultra-contemporary appearance. It can trace a common evolution shared with other Anglo-Dutch font types as Caslon, Times or Fleischmann.

This font was designed by Manushi Parikh. It is ideal for use when it comes to short length texts, packaging and multiple-line article introductions in case you are designing a website.


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