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Libre Baskerville is a web font optimized for body text. It is based on the the classic typeface, Baskerville, from 1941. Libre has a taller x-height, wider counters and a little less contrast. These features allow it to work well for reading on-screen. It was developed by Impallari's Pablo Impallari and Rodrigo Fuenzalida.
Rokkit Inspired by the distinctive geometric slab serifs, often called 'Egyptians', of the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth century, Rokkit strongly resembles Rockwell. That's not a bad thing. Rokkitt was developed by Vernon Adams, who has also developed many other Google Web Fonts. More can be seen here: http://code.newtypography.co.uk/
Lato | Meaning “Summer” in Polish, Lato was developed as a sleek and complete san serif that is semi-rounded, legible and friendly. Developed by Łukasz Dziedzic in 2010 as a corporate typeface, it has grown into one of the greatest offerings online. You can learn more here: http://www.latofonts.com/
Russell Hendrie KINGSTON UNIVERSITY Visual Communication Hendrie's work, ‘Election 2010' is a typographic amalgamation of opposing headlines leading up to the 2010 elections. Already an RSA Student Award winner, Hendrie collaborates with fellow student Paul Bailey, focusing on everything from iPad apps to designing Royal Mail stamps. #finecraft