Manosque

Manosque is a typeface inspired by lettering found in the train station of Manosque (a city in the south of France). It’s also based on other letterforms used in public signs and transportation during the late 19th century and the early 20th century in France.

During the process of studying those designs, the designer found that drawing them with a flat brush was a good way to harmonise the shapes coming from its different sources, so that’s how Manosque in its present form was born.

Manosque provides language support for all Latin-based European languages. To know what you can do with this typeface, please visit our FAQ page.

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    G Free to use
    G Free to distribute
    G Free to modify
    J You must credit Tunera and the designer

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      Manosque V1.0 - Tour d'Or

    • This version offers language support for all latin alphabet-based European languages, as well as Esperanto. Only one style. More styles / variable version are expected in the future if there's enough demand.