Alternatives to Trajan

thedash's picture

Looking for an alternative.

Trajan has the right "feeling" but would be lovely to find something with a bit more "ink" and less air around it, just a bit more compact. And perhaps an alternative with a broader uppercase S.

Also, the bold isn't very bold.

Anyone?

EDIT: A family with small letters and not just uppercase letters would be fantastic.

Renko's picture

Try Penumbra Serif which has heavier weights …

DamienGautier's picture

Do you know our new font "LeBeaune" just published today?
http://www.editions205.fr/index.php?/fonderie/lebeaune--soon/

thedash's picture

Thanks guys, looks like some good alternatives!

Si_Daniels's picture

>Looking for an alternative.

If you tell us the title of the movie we may be able to suggest a good fit.

venticaratteruzzi's picture

Maybe the best choice is Mantinia by matthew Carter (available from Font Bureau)

David Rault's picture

Backstabber
FS Rome

David Rault's picture

Wow, Damien Gautier, I never met you before, it's weird how much we look like each other.

Robert Trogman's picture

Goudy Forum???

Dan B.'s picture

Also look at this list by FontShop (former?) staff.

Bald Condensed's picture

FontShop staff is more than only one person. FontLists are compiled by a number of people on the FontShop team (including me).

Nick Cooke's picture

Yeah, you tell 'em Yves!

William Berkson's picture

.Garda, which has three styles of terminals is an elegant alternative.

Dan B.'s picture

Oops. Sorry, Yves. Didn't mean the comment to be snarky.

Chris Dean's picture

@thedash: If you can briefly describe…

1. What is the context? (audience, medium &c)
2. What are the goals?

…it will greatly improve people's ability to make informed recommendations.

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