JT Olifer, designed by Laire Banyu Sandi Pawenang, is an unusual typeface: with rounded details in the corners, paired with deep ink traps, it creates a unique impression with every glyph while offering clarity and versatility across various settings.
Offering 40 fonts in total, JT Olifer contains several alternates to give subtle nuances in character. JT Olifer has a total of 465 letters with regular, slanted and condensed styles and support for 90 languages.
Afrikaans Albanian Asu Basque Bemba Bena Breton Catalan Chiga Colognian Cornish Croatian Czech Danish Dutch Embu English Esperanto Estonian Faroese Filipino Finnish French Friulian GalicianGanda German Gusii Hungarian Inari Sami Indonesian Irish Italian Jola-Fonyi Kabuverdianu Kalaallisut Kalenjin Kamba Kikuyu Kinyarwanda Latvian Lithuanian Lower Sorbian Luo Luxembourgish Luyia Machame Makhuwa-Meetto Makonde Malagasy Maltese Manx Meru Morisyen Northern Sami North Ndebele Norwegian Bokmål Norwegian Nynorsk Nyankole Oromo Polish Portuguese Quechua Romanian Romansh Rombo Rundi Rwa Samburu Sango Sangu Scottish Gaelic Sena Serbian Shambala Shona Slovak Soga Somali Spanish Swahili Swedish Swiss German Taita Teso Turkish Upper Sorbian Uzbek (Latin) Volapük Vunjo Walser Zulu.
— Total glyph set: 465
— 40 Weights
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