What is the Traiectum font?
Traiectum is the old Roman name for the city of Utrecht (in The Netherlands). When I started working on this font, I wanted to give it a Latin name and Traiectum sounded good! Traiectum is a hand drawn font with a regal and messy look. It was based on Goudy Old Style, a classic old-style serif typeface created in 1915 by Frederic W. Goudy. Traiectum is a multilingual, all caps font and I am sure you’ll find lots of uses for it. The city it was named after, Utrecht, is actually very nice! You should visit one day!
Traiectum Font families
The Traiectum includes the following font families:
- Traiectum Regular
- Traiectum Italic
Here is a preview of how Traiectum will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.