I have just finished a slab serif for a graphic design project.
I wanted a free Clarendon style font but all the good ones are paid for and it seems like all the free ones were not so good.
So I set out to produce a free Clarendon style font. I called it Munson. It was inspired by a font by Stephenson Blake & Co in the early 1800's called Consort but with some of the ideas from the Clarendon font from the Fann Street foundry in London.
The italics are meant to have the look of the italics used for algebra in old mathematics text books.This is a free font
This is a free font under the SIL Open Font License, free for both commercial and non commercial use.
The original has been posted on Deviant Art
Any constructive criticism will be appreciated.