Milonga Font

by Pablo Impallari

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Petals

Regular Style

[object Object] font
truetype 441 glyphs 428 characters
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    About Milonga Font

    Milonga is a Font inspired on “tangueros” art. This is a tribute to the “rioplatense” culture, so colored, full of love and hate, family, friends and enemies stories told in countless Tangos and Milongas (folk music genre from Argentina). This graceful, flowing and rhythmic font is formed by graphic elements found in a kind of classic painting from this area called “fileteado porteño”; with terminations involving petals, round and pointy details.

    Milonga is useful for headlines, where the characteristics of the font are highlighted

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    2012
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    hevbee
    7 years ago

    So lovely - thank you 😄

    coling
    7 years ago

    colingwest
    A pleasant and useful font, but the way the t goes below the line looks wrong.

    Roger
    Spacini
    7 years ago

    The lower case "t" is fine as it is. A very nice set.

    Vanessa Bays
    ByTheButterfly
    7 years ago

    I have to agree with Spacini. I think that the "t" matches the flow of the other letters that go below the baseline in this set. Its a compliment glyph rather than a stand out. Great job! 5 stars!!

    FreeWilly
    7 years ago

    It`s good to see that there are quality freefonts on the internet. Fantastic job, Impallari!
    But still, the fi-ligature seems a little odd to me.

    SweetDaydreamer
    7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing this great font!

    SuzanneBroadhurst
    almost 4 years ago

    I love this font so much! Every time I get a little criticism (very rarely) I look through the available fonts and I STILL come back to Milonga. 😄 And what a delight to learn what inspired its creation. Thank you!