Porspican Serif Font


I created Porspican Serif font from decorative titles that I used to hand write on my CDs a decade ago, inspired then by various fonts I liked.

This new version 007.16 includes Cyrillic and additional accented Latin characters, and the kerning was reworked. Some characters (such as E, R) have cleaner curves, and a few characters that I had to redesign for Cyrillic (such as the м that must not look like the m, the н that must not look like the h) are also available as opentype alternate latin characters.