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by Nasir Udin
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Complete family of 18 fonts: $149.00
Mondia Font Family was designed by Nasir Udin and published by Nasir Udin. Mondia contains 17 styles and family package options.

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About Mondia Font Family

Mondia is a modern serif font family with 18 fonts inspired by transitional and contemporary typefaces. Mondia has been designed with high-contrast character ratio to give an elegant touch, and high x-height to give sentences more legibility.

Ranging from thin to fat with its matching italics, Mondia offers many possibilities to be applied in many graphic or editorial projects. Also thanks to the extended latin character set so that Mondia supports 200+ latin-based languages.

Mondia also has a complete set of true small caps that integrate beautifully with lowercase letters to give more emphasis to the highlighted texts.

Mondia has OpenType features built in, such as stylistic alternates, standard ligatures, special ligatures, oldstyle figures, localized letters, automatic fractions, sub/superscripts, and ordinals. Mondia also has a complete set of proportional and tabular numbers.

With those features, Mondia is a great choice for headline, branding, titles, but can also perfectly be used in small articles.

For full presentation please visit me Behance post.

Designers: Nasir Udin

Publisher: Nasir Udin

Foundry: Nasir Udin

Design Owner: Nasir Udin

MyFonts debut: Jan 23, 2020


About Nasir Udin

Nasir Udin is a type designer based in Yogyakarta. Before he got into type design, he had designed travel posters under the Vectro label. His illustrative style is an impression of similar posters from the mid 20th century. As a designer, he enjoy looking to both the past and the future for inspiration. That's why he love to blend a retro style with a futuristic concept. He started type design on 2016 as his side project, before he take it seriously. And now, since his wife join in the project, they merged two character as one, just like a ligature. They used to work from coffee shop here in Yogyakarta. They can spend about most of their working-time in there.You can follow @studio.nasir on Instagram, he loves to capture a lettering on old buildings (Dutch, Chinese, Arabic, blend with the local Javanese).

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