The font’s designer, Mr Mårten Nettelbladt released his first sans serif font in 2006. Widely considered a success on the market today with its clean and bold look that contains rounded corners and proper padding spaces throughout all of it.
With the ability to work with other typefaces, you can use it for bold titles and headings. But if another serif or sans-serif font is more your style, then no problem.
Miso Font Family
Miso font has come in three styles, including Regular, Light, and Bold. Each weight contains 223 glyphs for various languages such as Corsican or Danish, making it perfect for use in any operating system worldwide. It also supports 102 different alphabets, which means Misopavgi can easily communicate across many cultures around the globe.
Now you can make your cards, logos, and book covers with this awesome font. The typeface designer has allowed it for personal or commercial use so everyone can create unique emblems in their designs. You could even make an official card if needed- there are plenty more options available now, thanks to all designers who practice using these letters on various projects over time. Give them a try yourself by downloading something free here.
Download the Miso font right now using the download button below. Also, check out our recent post on Dubiel Font.