Museo Sans is based on the well-known Museo. It is a sturdy, low contrast, geometric, highly legible sans serif typeface very well suited for any display and text use. Two fonts are absolutely free!
This OpenType font family offers supports CE languages and even esperanto. Besides ligatures, fractions and proportional/tabular lining and oldstyle figures MUSEO also has a ‘case’ feature for case sensative forms. Both Museo Sans and slab font have great importance to use on body text, headlines, print design and advertising aspects.
Museo Sans font family comes in 10 fonts: 5 weights with each an italic. Museo Sans is spaced and kerned with Igino Marini’s wonderful iKern service.
Museo Slab’s design hurdles, but about one year later after a radio interview with Aaron and Matt from RBtL —my interest in Museo Slab got fired up again. Don’t know why, but this time I got it all working. Have a closer look at Museo Slab in the carefully designed PDF specimen.
Museo Slab supports a very wide range in languages and is a complete OpenType typeface. Each weight counts 455 glyphs. You can find detailed info in the Museo Slab PDF specimen. Museo Slab is spaced and kerned with Igino Marini’s wonderful iKern service.
Museo Sans and Museo Slab both are popular fonts which you can use to design typography.