Crimson generally refers to that deep red shade that inclines to purple, a color that’s iconic to different cultures in different ways (literature, food, military). But today, we step away from the crimson shades and take a look at Crimson the font. Just like the color, this brand new font designed by Sebastian Kosch is somewhat familiar with an alluring presence. And with its set of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuations, and symbols, you can bring to the table enthusiastic presentations with the 6 weights included: regular, semi bold, and bold, all of which are available in italic versions.
Feel free to create branding designs and to add Crimson to posters, but its true beauty lies in its simplicity. That’s why it’s ideal for headlines and articles, texts that you’d like to use for brochures and books, images with quotations, etc.