This post contains affiliate links. We may earn a commission if you click on them and make a purchase. It’s at no extra cost to you and helps us run this site. Thanks for your support!
The Libertad font family mixes stability with a soft movement.
Fernando Díaz, a graphic and type designer as well as co-founder of type foundry TipoType from Uruguay has created the Libertad font family in 2014. It’s a humanist, grotesk typeface that mixes stability with a soft movement. Libertad consists of 14 fonts in total (including 7 weights ranging from Thin to Extra Bold plus dynamic Italics for each weight). The great combination of well balanced regulars and dynamic italics makes the Libertad font family a good choice for a variety of typographic projects. You can use it for both dominant headlines as well as long and small text.
The family comprises over 800 characters per weight and supports more than 70 languages. Libertad is available as both webfont as well as conventional desktop font.