Montserrat Font is one of the most famous sans-serif typefaces that was designed by Julieta Ulanovsky in the year of 2010. The basic inspiration that the designer took for this typeface was the old posters from Montserrat of Buenos Aires.
Julieta wanted to represent the beauty of urban typography by this typeface and the franklin gothic font from the 1st half of the twentieth century. Dedication, contrast, color, care, day & night, light & life have inspired her to operate the project. Her intention was to rescue the real beauty of her surrounding signs into something that lives forever.
Montserrat Font is the light-medium typeface that is part of the CSS family and it is famous for its text generator function. You can get this typeface in both Microsoft Word and Google fonts.
For more detailed information take a look below.
View of Montserrat Font
Before going ahead we must take a moment and take a look at the styling of this typeface.
This typeface has such a clean and clean texture, that you can use this in many different projects.
- Office branding
- Banner and retargeting ads
- Wall murals
- Annual reports
- Office branding
- Video games
- App design
- Title sequences and end credits
- PowerPoint presentations
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|License||Free for Personal Use
This is a free typeface that can be used for any personal project but if you want to use it in a commercial project that you need permission from the author.
Montserrat Font Free Download
You can get this typeface by clicking the below download button and use that in your projects.
Similar Fonts to Montserrat
- Proxima Nova
- Nunito Sans
- Core Sans
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Font Family Includes
- Montserrat Thin
- Montserrat Thin Italic
- Montserrat ExtraLight
- Montserrat ExtraLight 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 ExtraBold
- Montserrat ExtraBold Italic
- Montserrat Black
- Montserrat Black Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Thin
- Montserrat Alternates Thin Italic
- Montserrat Alternates ExtraLight
- Montserrat Alternates ExtraLight Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Light
- Montserrat Alternates Light Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Regular
- Montserrat Alternates Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Medium
- Montserrat Alternates Medium Italic
- Montserrat Alternates SemiBold
- Montserrat Alternates SemiBold Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Bold
- Montserrat Alternates Bold Italic
- Montserrat Alternates ExtraBold
- Montserrat Alternates ExtraBold Italic
- Montserrat Alternates Black
- Montserrat Alternates Black Italic
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What Type of Font Is Montserrat?
Montserrat is one of the best sans serif font that is designed and presented by Julieta Ulanovsky. It’s one of the most liked fonts on the web.
Can I Use Montserrat Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Montserrat website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Can I Use Montserrat for My Logo?
Of course! you can use Montserrat for your logo as well as all other graphic designs projects.
What’s the Closest Font to Montserrat?
The Raleway Font is very close to the Montserrat font.
How to Install Neuzeit Font in Mac or Windows PC?
You can check out our Font Installation in the windows guide or a separate guide on the installation of Fonts in Mac.
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