Multi Font Family
Multi font family is a large sans serif typeface family with two subfamilies: Multi Text and Multi Display. Multi Text has three weights (roman and italic) and Multi Display has seven weights (roman and italic). On July 30, 2019, the font was published. Laura Meseguer created and published the font. Multi’s vitality surges forth. It features a particular musical ‘phrasing,’ neither humanist nor glyphic, but somewhere in the between, exploring unexplored terrain. Its design is practical but not stiff, and it has a few etched details. The asymmetric stems of the roman lowercase are very softly tapered, with bevelled, sharp upstrokes, as seen in Multi Display. Furthermore, these quirks can be found in all weights, from Thin to Poster. Multi Text was designed to meet all of the requirements for a legible typeface for newspapers on paper and on-screen, as they were manually hinted, with its lower contrast, broader dimensions, and shorter ascenders and descenders. It also has a few unique elements, such as the outstrokes of the roman ‘l’ and italic ‘a,’ which give the text flow a slight calligraphic sense. The typeface is available in two different formats: OTF and TTF. The lovely typeface can easily be turned into a web font.
The Multi Font Family can be used for headlines, posters, branding, packaging, presentations, logos, quotes, titles, magazine headers, site layouts, advertising, invitations, package design, books, and almost any other creative endeavour. The typeface is appropriate for a variety of logos from a variety of brands. It’s created for generating fantastic textual designs, such as composing phrases and adding watermarks to images, and it goes with almost every colour.
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|Multi Font Family
|Free for Commercial use.
License: Personal & Commercial Use!