Minipax font is a comprehensive typeface created by Raphaël Ronot originally. It appears in five unique styles inspired by the George Orwell novel 1984. This slab serif typeface is free for personal as well as for the commercial uses.
The textual arrangement shown in the novel 1984 is as same as with this typeface. Raphaël Ronot the primary designer for minpax take too much concern of the all-round vision and dominant legibility to each style.
All the figures with minipax follow a uniform baseline and proper range between. Have a look at the text map images we fasten along. Edges for every letter presents high defined and unique impressions.
Minipax typeface comes under the SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1 that means it is free for use anywhere with all of its capabilities. This is a quite complete type family with large glyph sets.
Minipax Font Family
Almost every style of this font comprises 930 glyphs count. As per having a variety of styles and top-notch features, this is a supreme typeface fo all times. It has a variety of alternates, ligatures, special characters & a whole bunch of diacritics.
This slab serif typeface follows a variable text form behaviors. That means you can adjust its size in one axis and it will auto adjust on others to promote best readability power. It supports many languages as well.
You can apply it in meeting various designing operations. Such as in designing hoarding, logos, video titling, posters crafting, printing business, invitation, or wedding cards, and other related fields as well.
Using it in development of a website or a game, or in printing over to the fabric stuff will also be a great rational idea. Here at Graphic Design Fonts, we are providing it for free in a TTF and OTF font file.
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