GOOGLE FONTS, THE company’s archive of free, open sourcefonts, lists more than 800 typographic designs. But Source Han Serif, which the company unveiled today, is unique in its utility. It looks consistent across Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages, as well as English, Cyrillic, and Greek scripts. Crafting it was no small feat: Google partnered with Adobe and worked with five international type foundries to design thousands of letterforms that are authentic to each culture, yet still manage to look unmistakably related. (…)
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