Montserrat Font

Montserrat Font

Montserrat Font Download

The following type specimen shows the Montserrat Font in detail. This font evokes the modernist style, is inspired by old posters, illuminated signs, and marquees of the traditional neighborhood of Buenos Aires, and was designed by Julieta Ulanovsky.

This typeface rescues the beauty of the urban typeface of the first half of the 20th century. was published in 2011 and updated in 2012 and is characterized by being very geometric and legible.

Montserrat belongs to the sans-serif category and is characterized by having a geometric style and legible characters. To model the typeface in a better way, this typographic specimen will talk about Argentine wine, relating it to the inspiration of the author to create the Montserrat font.

Montserrat Font Family

Montserrat Font Anatomy

A typeface family is a set of fonts that have the same design. Montserrat Font family have variations in terms of style, as well as thickness and slant.

Montserrat is a simple, contemporary, and versatile font. It works very well for running text, however, as it does not have a serif, it is not relevant for writing a book type text. Montserrat stands out for its capital letters according to the size of the lowercase letters and the geometric simplicity of the letters.

Montserrat Font Glyphs

The Montserrat typeface family is very broad and consists of the following: Montserrat Thin, Montserrat thin Italic, Montserrat Extra Light, Montserrat Extra Light Italic, Montserrat Light, Montserrat Light Italic, Montserrat Regular, Montserrat Italic, Montserrat Medium, Montserrat Medium Italic, Montserrat SemiBold, Montserrat SemiBold Italic, Montserrat Bold, Montserrat Bold Italic, Montserrat Extra Bold, Montserrat Extra Bold
Italic, Montserrat Black, Montserrat Black Italic.

About the author

Julieta Ulanovsky is a graphic designer who owns ZkySky, a design studio that she helped found in 1989 after earning a degree in type design. Lives and works in Montserrat, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Julieta admires several typographers such as Harald Geisler, Juan Pablo del Peral, and Alejandro Paul. Currently, she is creating different variants of Montserrat to make it even more extensive.

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