HARFANG PRO LIGHT BY ANDRE SIMARD
Harfang Pro Light includes small caps, extended language support, ligatures and alternates.
Andre Simard’s goal for Harfang was to create a serif typeface that would be easy to read at text sizes, while having a strong personality at larger sizes. The initial design had a purely rounded style, but with each development pass I introduced some angularity. The final result is a typeface that is easy to read in long texts, advertising copy, annual reports and the like; but one that also provides a crisp and stylish appeal in more prominent display settings. André choose the name Harfang (Harfang des neiges — Snowy Owl or Great White Owl) after his first typeface, Migration, I wanted something with a thematic relation. On a more personal level, Harfang is the official bird of Québec, a country with a long winter and a wonderful, white landscape, and the place I call home.
See the entire Harfang Pro font family here.