Montserrat Font

by Julieta Ulanovsky

Sans Serif
Montserrat Font

18 font family styles

Thin Style

Montserrat Thin
postscript 1843 glyphs 967 characters

Thin Italic Style

Montserrat Thin Italic
postscript 1875 glyphs 967 characters

ExtraLight Style

Montserrat ExtraLight
postscript 1851 glyphs 967 characters

ExtraLight Italic Style

Montserrat ExtraLight Italic
postscript 1881 glyphs 967 characters

Light Style

Montserrat Light
postscript 1852 glyphs 967 characters

Light Italic Style

Montserrat Light Italic
postscript 1882 glyphs 967 characters

Regular Style

Montserrat Regular
postscript 1852 glyphs 967 characters

Italic Style

Montserrat Italic
postscript 1882 glyphs 967 characters

Medium Style

Montserrat Medium
postscript 1853 glyphs 967 characters

Medium Italic Style

Montserrat Medium Italic
postscript 1883 glyphs 967 characters

SemiBold Style

Montserrat SemiBold
postscript 1853 glyphs 967 characters

SemiBold Italic Style

Montserrat SemiBold Italic
postscript 1882 glyphs 967 characters

Bold Style

Montserrat Bold
postscript 1853 glyphs 967 characters

Bold Italic Style

Montserrat Bold Italic
postscript 1881 glyphs 967 characters

ExtraBold Style

Montserrat ExtraBold
postscript 1853 glyphs 967 characters

ExtraBold Italic Style

Montserrat ExtraBold Italic
postscript 1880 glyphs 967 characters

Black Style

Montserrat Black
truetype 1903 glyphs 967 characters

Black Italic Style

Montserrat Black Italic
postscript 1877 glyphs 967 characters
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    About Montserrat Font

    The old posters and signs in the traditional neighborhood of Buenos Aires called Montserrat inspired me to design a typeface that rescues the beauty of urban typography from the first half of the twentieth century. The goal is to rescue what is in Montserrat and set it free, under a free, libre and open source license, the SIL Open Font License.

    As urban development changes this place, it will never return to its original form and loses forever the designs that are so special and unique. To draw the letters, I rely on examples of lettering in the urban space. Each selected example produces its own variants in length, width and height proportions, each adding to the Montserrat family. The old typographies and canopies are irretrievable when they are replaced.

    There are other revivals, but those do not stay close to the originals. The letters that inspired this project have work, dedication, care, color, contrast, light and life, day and night! These are the types that make the city look so beautiful.

    This is the Regular family, and it has two sister families so far, Alternates and Subrayada families.

    Updated in 2017:
    Version 7.200
    - Google commissioned Jacques Le Bailly @fonthausen to do an extensive revision of the latin character set.
    - We applied a new weight distribution across the variables.
    - Now Montserrat has extended Cyrillic support (GF Cyrillic Pro).

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    Nate Halley
    10 years ago

    Oh... snap... Is it just me or is this the 2nd-most awesome sans ever (behind Ubuntu Bold o/c 😉

    Roland Huse
    10 years ago

    this is great! 😄

    Christa Röhrich
    almost 10 years ago

    HEy guys I also have a font , you can see and download it if you like , maybe can post some comments if yo like 😃

    9 years ago

    AMAZING! How have I gotten this far in life without this font?? Great work, the bold is exactly what I was looking for!

    8 years ago

    coling. A great favorite. Very useful.

    7 years ago

    Great Font! How do I give you credit on my blog for using the font? Thanks!

    almost 5 years ago

    Love it! Had my website done in this font.

    2 years ago

    Like it!