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New from insigne: Serofina!

Serofina is an adaptable and fluid connected script with plenty of alternate flourish options. From clean and flowing to cute and frilly, Serofina can do it.

The Serofina family comes with four weights, including a unique hairline, which makes it a versatile investment for a wide range of design possibilities.

All weights include the OpenType programming to automatically and seamlessly swap out the default characters for 45 alternate forms and 18 auto-replacing ligatures. These alternates can make the face appear to be more simplified, restrained or frilly. Serofina also includes seven ornaments and old-style numbers.

Check out the sample images to see these features in action. Serofina is a highly versatile script family and its range of weights make it perfect for whenever you need an expressive and original typeface.

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