What is the Absalon font?
Absalon has square letter shapes. It has some characteristics semi-sharp and semi-rounded corners and it has a relatively tall x-height for legible text. To create the perfect typesetting the spaces between individual letter forms has been precisely adjusted.
The Absalon font family is perfect for the web as well as for print, for display as well as longer text, for motion graphics, on the side of a van, t-shirts, logotypes and so on. More…
The font family consist of 5 weights or 10 styles and it has 410 glyphs. A total of more than 4000 glyphs. The styles are: Light, Light Italic, Regular, Italic, Medium, Medium Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Extra Bold & Extra Bold Italic.
It has OpenType features such as automatic fractions, subscript, superscript, numerators, denomerators, ordinals and the “f” ligature set. Absalon has extended language support (most Latin-based scripts are supported).
The name of the font family is Absalon and it is a reference to a Danish bishop in the middle ages. He was a key figure in the founding of Copenhagen, the Capital of Denmark.
Absalon Font families
The Absalon includes the following font families:
- Absalon Light
- Absalon Light Italic
- Absalon Italic
- Absalon Medium
- Absalon Medium Italic
- Absalon Bold
- Absalon Bold Italic
- Absalon ExtraBold
- Absalon ExtraBold Italic
Here is a preview of how Absalon will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.