About Nordic font
The Nordic font is an experimental font family typeface based on Scandinavian runes and elegant geometric forms, and it can fit your everyday design needs. The nordic font consists of an alternative regular, perfect for logotype, poster, headlines, t-shirt design, and more. Yana Bereziner designed this font on February 14th, 2015. You can check his Behance profile here. This font is a very cool typeface.
Nordic has two versions and three weights in each one: light, regular and bold. It consists of uppercase, numbers, and basic punctuation. It’s perfect for logos, monograms, titles, and posters that need a lot more personality. The main version also can be used as supporting text, and its alternative version is suitable for big titles and headlines. It looks good small and big as well.
There are two versions of this font. One is a freebie, and another is a full version. You can download the free version from our download section. If you want, then you can grab the full version of the nordic font family!
You can use The Nordic font with the ailerons font for the best font paring, which belongs to the sans-serif fonts family. You can also utilize it for multi-purpose. It can be used as a pairing with its alternatives and will most likely enhance your layout and look gifted.
This font is available in both free and paid versions.
The Nordic font is a different and beautiful typeface from others based on Scandinavian runes shape.
We already cover the usage described in the about font section. It consists of uppercase, numbers, and primary punctuation. The nordic font is best for:
- Museum exhibitions
- Office branding
- T-shirt design
- Retail store interiors
- Stadium branding
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal Use|
Nordic font view
You can check out the appearance of this font all characters from the below image for better understanding.
The designer of this font Yana Bereziner has two versions of this font. One is publicly available for free. That’s means you don’t have to pay to use it. But there is another version that you can use on your projects legally through a commercial license.
Alternative versions of Nordic font
- Helvetica Now
- Neue Haas Grotesk Text
- Chalet Book
- Prism Font
- Mona Shark font
- Alva font
- Zelda font
- Big Designer
Download Nordic font
You can download the free version of the nordic font from our website in .zip format, which includes TTF and OTF formats.
Nordic font Includes
- Nordic Light
- Nordic Regular
- Nordic Bold
- Nordic Italic
- Nordic Regular Italic
Nordic font Paring
It can be used with:
- Zenzero Grotesk
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What Type of Font Is Nordic?
The Nordic font is a sans serif typeface design by Yana Bereziner in 2015. It is one of the liked and searchable fonts on the web.
What is Scandinavian font?
Traditional Scandinavian style is represented by simple flat patterns of symmetrically arranged animals and plants, precise and geometric silhouettes.
Can I Use Nordic for My Project?
Yer! you can use the nordic font on your project. But you need to buy a commercial license for it.
What’s the Closest Font to Nordic?
The Alva Font is very close to the Nordic font.