About Miama Font
This font has first been presented in January 2009 after half a year’s work. The glyphs are based on the many handwritten letters of Linus’s girlfriend. There are currently more than 1000 glyphs available, supporting all European languages based on Latin, Cyrillic, or Greek alphabets. Among them are also some ligatures and ornamental glyphs. Every single glyph has been drawn by using the free font editor Fontforge. Whenever you have suggestions for improvements to existing glyphs or have discovered errors, please feel free to post these errors on the Open Font Library as comments to the font Miama.
Use Miama for main titles, short poems, greeting cards, wedding stuff et cetera. But please do not consider using it for longer texts, especially not for scientific texts. Also, don’t use any condensed or extended spacing! Miama lives from connected strokes, which are killed as soon as you change the spacing.
This font is free (under terms of the OFL).