ATC Bramford is an unbracketed ruled serif, that features large ball terminals pushing the boundaries of balance. Designed with elegance in mind, we wanted to draft a professional display face that also conveyed a playful undertone.
The typeface is based off of simple geometric rules, such as complementary and supplementary angles, circles, and squares. Square characters sit flush against the baseline while rounded characters extend past guidelines, providing just the right amount of overshoot to appear optically consistent.
All ball terminals, with few exceptions, feature a teardrop transition, seamlessly blending the heaviness of the terminal with the rest of the glyph. The typeface includes 350+ characters, supporting languages across Eastern, Central, and Western Europe. In addition to supporting language characters, ATC Bramford also contains multiple ligatures and alternate swash characters.