Romek is a serif typeface family with sharp and rounded versions, designed for a vast range of applications. Romek has been developed and refined over the past three years. Its design is inspired by several sources, including Genzsch-Antiqua (1906), Orlando (1920), and Paganini (1928) by Nebiolo.
Romek started as a display typeface and evolved into a text font after many revisions. The font consists of 7 weights (7 sharp + 7 rounded) and 28 styles in total. OpenType features include case-sensitive forms, ligatures, old-style and tabular figures, numerators, denominators, fractions, ordinals, small caps and Roman numerals. Spacing & Kerning by Igino Marini (iKern).