About the font
The Calibre font is a neo-grotesk sans serif typeface. West Berlin street signs have inspired the font. The letterforms are elegant and straightforward. The construction of the font considers the geometric tendencies by applying the typographic principles of optical correction.
Calibre takes its rationality from Nebiolo’s Recta. That’s how it has a contemporary and crisp finish. Calibre was designed alongside Metric. The fundamental geometry of the two fonts is similar, however the letterforms differ in finish.
The font was released in 2011 by NZ based type designer Kris Sowersby. Kris Sowersby graduated from the Wanganui School of Design in 2003. After brief employment as a graphic designer, he started the Klim Type Foundry in 2005, along with engineers Noe Blanco and Chester Jenkins.
The font is available in version 1.002;PS 001.001;hotconv 1.0.57;makeotf.lib2.0.21895. However, the font has no Cyrillic support. But it supports Latin. In addition, this font is similar to the Colfax font.
The usage of Calibre font is quite versatile. It can be used for a variety of different purposes, such as printing, web designing and logo design. This font can be used for headers and footers in documents as well as creating text effects. Additionally, it has a variety of other features that make it an ideal choice for any project.
|Style||Neo-grotesk sans serif|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for personal use|
- Calibre Thin
- Calibre Light
- Calibre Light Italic
- Calibre Regular
- Calibre Regular Italic
- Calibre Medium
- Calibre Medium Italic
- Calibre Medium Italic
- Calibre Semibold Italic
- Calibre Bold
- Calibre Bold Italic
- Calibre Black
For commercial use of this font you must obtain the license by purchasing. However, you can use it free for personal projects.
You can download the font below for personal use not for commercial usage.
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What kind of font is this?
Ans: The Calibre font is a neo-grotesk sans serif typeface.
Who is the designer of this font?
Ans The font was released and designed in 2011 by NZ based type designer Kris Sowersby.
Is it possible to download it for use on a PC or Mac?
Ans: Yes, you can safely download The Calibre font on your PC and MAC.
What if I want to use this on an online platform?
Ans: This font can be used on any online platform with commercial license.
Is this font free to download and use?
Ans: Yes, for personal purpose using this font is free. However, for commercial usage you’ve to purchase the font.
Is this font compatible with the web?
Ans: To use the font as a web font, you must purchase it from the original license holder.
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