Baskerville Webfont · 10 samples

Baskerville is a serif font. It goes well with Apercu Pro Mono, Lucida Grande, Moderat, Helvetica Neue, Open Sans, Proxima Nova, Frutiger, Avenir Next, Avenir and Adelle. If you're thinking about using Baskerville then try 64px for headers. Give 18px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as blog, agency, design, history, classic, sans serif, photography, contrast, book and bold. You can get it from, Fontspring, MyFonts and YouWorkForThem.

Examples Baskerville on its own

About Baskerville

Baskerville is a classic serif typeface designed in 1757 by John Baskerville. It is a transitional typeface, combining elements of both Old Style and modern typefaces. The font is known for its high contrast between thick and thin strokes, tall ascenders and descenders, and curved serifs. Its design is highly readable and elegant, making it a popular choice for books, magazines, and other printed materials.

Baskerville has a timeless, classic feel with a hint of sophistication. Its design is versatile and can be used to evoke a sense of tradition, elegance, and sophistication. It is a great choice for websites that want to convey a sense of authority, such as financial institutions, universities, and government agencies. It is also a popular choice for luxury brands and high-end fashion magazines.

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In action 10 Baskerville samples