a serif that works with Corporate S?

thierry blancpain's picture

a client of mine uses Corporate S as his CD-font. i wasnt the designer of his collateral stuff, but i need to design a brochure for him. he is a consultant, specialised on start-ups.

so now im looking for a serif font that works well with «Corporate S», mainly for text-blocks.

im probably looking for something warm, with a human (not necessarily humanistic) touch.

anyone knows a good choice? im really a beginner when it comes to issues like that.. any help warmly appreciated!

thierry blancpain

thierry blancpain's picture

ehm, ok.. lets think a second :) Corporate A could be a possibility - but i wanted more options to present to the client, thats why i asked here..

sim's picture

Take a closer look to something interesting.

crossgrove's picture

Tyfa might work very well. Take a spin through Storm's library; Amor Serif, Genre, Pentagraf, something might work. He even has a text Walbaum that might be just the thing.

thierry blancpain's picture

thanks alot! i'll probably present the results to client tomorrow, any more ideas?

Bert Vanderveen's picture

Hey, professor Kurt designed Corporate E, A and whatmore. So why not check out his Weidemann?

.00's picture

I can't help but offer up our Alfon

Hildebrant's picture

"Take a spin through Storm’s library"

I will second that. They have some of the most interesting italics around.

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