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By Seth Hamlin · San Francisco, USA


Morgan is a reverse-contrast typeface that brings a bit of panache to the Western-style type genre. Morgan’s six styles offer a whimsical take on this traditional genre by blending geometric motifs, including extra round bowls and sharp, square terminals, with classic French Clarendon letterforms. While intended as a display face, the light weight is usable at smaller sizes...though one probably wouldn’t set a book with it. Morgan has a roman and an italic, with both styles variable across a weight axis.

About Seth Hamlin

Seth Hamlin is a San Francisco-based type and digital product designer interested in late 19th and early 20th century type design movements. When he’s not banging his head against Robofont, you can find him hunting for specimens in an antique store or hanging with his bulldog, Birdie.