Open Serif

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What is the Open Serif font?

OPEN SERIF – answering the question “what font pairs well with Open Sans?”. Designed by Steve Matteson for extraordinary legibility and comfortable reading on screen and in print.
Open Interpretation: Not quite Veronese – not quite Egyptian. A dash of panache in an otherwise sturdy serif typeface. Open Serif is an elegant text and display typeface family. More…
Open Interiors: Visually open and legible at text sizes just like its cousin Open Sans. Open Serif reads smoothly but has an energetic texture. The chancery style italic contrasts nicely to the roman in a full bodied nod to Italian Renaissance forms.
Open Type: Open Serif is full of OpenType features including Small Capitals for the Roman, Italic Swash Capitals and Old Style Figures for both.
Open Translation: Supporting all the languages available in Open Sans, Open Serif completes the translation capabilities of international companies. Extended text is more pleasant to read in a serif typeface so go global with a unified typeface family!
Open Face: Open Serif Titling is an elegant companion to round out the family. These ‘open-face’ capital letters are ideal for initial letters, mastheads, titles and decoration.

Open Serif Font families

The Open Serif includes the following font families:

  • Open Serif Light
  • Open Serif Light Italic
  • Open Serif Book
  • Open Serif Book Italic
  • Open Serif Regular
  • Open Serif Italic
  • Open Serif Semibold
  • Open Serif Semibold Italic
  • Open Serif Bold
  • Open Serif Bold Italic
  • Open Serif Black
  • Open Serif Black Italic
  • Open Serif Open
  • Open Serif Inline

Open Serif Preview

Here is a preview of how Open Serif will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.

Most fonts on are premium, which means that Open Serif is not a free font.

You won't be able to find Open Serif as a free download, so I suggest that you just go ahead and pay for it and download Open Serif HERE. You can find some other great options here on as well that will save you time looking around all over the web.

It is always best to pay for a premium font rather than trying to find an illegal download. The benefits of paying for Open Serif are that you get the license, and if you're caught using it illegally there could be some potential legal implications with the publisher of this particular typeface.

Furthermore, when searching "free downloads" on Google, most websites will say they have them but these types of offers usually come at a cost - either something like high-pressure sales tactics or getting tricked into downloading malware onto your computer by malicious third parties who want access to all your personal information!

It's just too risky going about finding free fonts online.

If you really want Open Serif and you want to truly own it the legal and safe way, then click here to visit the download and purchase page on Here you will be able to obtain the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their work, as they have put in the hours and the creativity to produce such an amazing font. Good luck with your purchase and future use of this font. :)