Munson Typeface


Munson is a classic sans serif for an extravaganza of Victorian style Printing. Inspired by the Consort typeface of 1815 by the Stephenson Blake Company of Sheffield and the Clarendon typeface of 1845 by the Fann Street Foundry of London.

The Munson font has Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold-Italic styles. The italic form was designed to resemble the equation italics of Mathematics text books of the late 1800’s.

The Munson font comes with several Open Type features like Small Caps, old style numbers, ordinals and localisation for several European languages.