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Cambodian (Khmer) fonts


ABC Computer
[Keo Daravuth]

Khmer font producer located in Phnom Penh, aka ABC Computers (1997-2000) and ABC Professional Group (1995). Their free fonts from 1993 until 1995 can be downloaded here: ABC-FANCY-01, ABC-FANCY-01A, ABC-FANCY-02, ABC-FANCY-02A, ABC-FANCY-03, ABC-FANCY-03A, ABC-FANCY-04, ABC-FANCY-04A, ABC-FANCY-05, ABC-FANCY-05A, ABC-FANCY-06, ABC-FANCY-07, ABC-FANCY-08, ABC-FANCY-09, ABC-FANCY-1, ABC-FANCY-10, ABC-FANCY-11, ABC-FANCY-12, ABC-FANCY-13, ABC-FANCY-14, ABC-FANCY-2, ABC-FANCY-3, ABC-FANCY-4, ABC-FANCY-5, ABC-FANCY-6, ABC-FANCY-7, ABC-FANCY-8, ABC-FANCY-9, ABC-FANCY-ONE, ABC-HEAD-01, ABC-HEAD-02, ABC-HEAD-03, ABC-HEAD-04, ABC-HEAD-05, ABC-HEAD-06, ABC-HEAD-07, ABC-HEAD-08, ABC-HEAD-1, ABC-HEAD-2, ABC-HEAD-3, ABC-HEAD-4, ABC-HEAD-5, ABC-HEAD-6, ABC-HEAD-7, ABC-TEXT-01, ABC-TEXT-02, ABC-TEXT-03, ABC-TEXT-04, ABC-TEXT-05, ABC-TEXT-06, ABC-TEXT-07, ABC-TEXT-08, ABC-TEXT-09, ABC-TEXT-1, ABC-TEXT-10, ABC-TEXT-11, ABC-TEXT-12, ABC-TEXT-13, ABC-TEXT-14, ABC-TEXT-15, ABC-TEXT-16, ABC-TEXT-17, ABC-TEXT-18, ABC-TEXT-19, ABC-TEXT-20, ABC-TEXT-21, ABC-TEXT-22, ABC-TEXT-23, ABC-TEXT-24, ABC-TEXT-3, ABC-TEXT-4, ABC-TEXT-5, ABC-TEXT-6, ABC-TEXT-7, ABC-TEXT-EIGHT, ABC-TEXT-NINE, ABC-TEXT-TWO, ABCDRAW. Some updates in 1997 were done by Keo Daravuth. The ABC Zero Space fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdulrohman Abdolgony
[Cambodian Software Development]

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Abu Paka

Abu Paka (Center for Cham Studies) fights for the conservation of the Cham language, which is spoken by about 100,000 people in Vietnam, and 200,000 in Cambodia. In 2012, he created a free font for Cham called CJM KH 001.

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[Sovichet Tep]

Khmer font designer based in Cambodia who is currently the type director at Anagata, a design studio specializing in brand identity and type design. Alternate URL. In 2010, he designed the typeface Chantrea UI. In 2011, he released Khmer Nagari (free, with Danh Hong) and Khmer Telecommunication. All fonts are free. Google Plus link.

Speaker at ATypI 2019 in Tokyo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrés Torresi

Argentinian graphic designer who graduated from Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina and obtained a Specialist in Typeface Design degree from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He works in his own graphic design studio. He is a participant in the Argentinian type coop Huerta Tipográfica.

With Carolina Giovagnoli, he developed Cambo (2011, Huerta Tipográfica), a family for Latin and Khmer [a free weight at Fontsquirrel and at Google Fonts].

Katachi Media collaborated with Andrés Torresi to create a typeface superfamily - targeted mainly for the iPad, but also for web and print. An intense project between Andrés in Argentina, and Katachi in Norway, took place over 14 months. The result so far is a serif and sans-serif, two of in total seven weights of the Katachi typeface. In the coming months we'll be adjusting these two, as well as add the last five weights.

In 2012, Andrés Torresi published Telex at Google Web Fonts: Telex is a humanist sans serif conceived to be a web font with nice legibility at normal text sizes.

Asap (2012) is a free rounded sans family designed by Pablo Cosgaya for Omnibus Type. Asap is based on Ancha (designed by Pablo Cosgaya and Hector Gatti), and has been developed with the collaboration of Andrés Torres.

In 2014, Huerta Tipografica published the free text typeface family Caladea which was designed by Carolina Giovagnoli and Andrés Torresi. Caladea is based on Lato and is metric-compatible with Microsoft's Cambria.

In 2015, Andrés Torresi and Carolina Giovagnoli developed the Devanagari typeface family Sarali at Huerta Tipografica (free at Google Web Fonts). The Latin part is based on Torresi's Telex (2012). Telder HT Pro (2015) is a commercial humanist sans serif family with ten weights, conceived for web use. Telder won an award at Tipos Latinos 2018.

Together with Pablo Impallari, he designed the free workhorse sans typeface family Encode Sans (2012) and Plata Sans (2019). Github link.

In 2016, he designed Cira Sans and Cira Serif. The original concept was created for Katachi Media as a corporate font for text and experimentation in an iPad magazine. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ang Rotanak

Khmer font designer. Here one can download Khmer Rotanak (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angkor Font Khmer
[Thy Bun]

Thy Bun (Angkor Font Khmer) made these Khmer fonts in 1993: Baktouk Regular, Barny Regular, Bassac Regular, Neakpoan Regular, Pixel Regular, Prak Regular, Prek Regular, Sanskrit Regular, Sinsisamouth, Vimenakatt Plain, Watbovel Regular, Baktoukwin, Peterawin. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

AP Font Library

The AAKhmer truetype font can be found here. The AP Font Library is a set of computer fonts for languages in the Asia Pacific region. It is based upon the AA Institute Fonts, which was developed by the Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (AA Institute), Tokyo University for Foreign Studies. The project is headed by Keisuke Kamimura, Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM). [Google] [More]  ⦿

APSARA Authority

The GiS Unit, Department of Culture and Research, APSARA Authority made these Khmer fonts from 1997 until 2003: APSARA, APSARA_1, APSARA_2, APSARA_3, APSARA_4, NORLEAK, VORLEAK, Udaya_Kh. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ascender Corporation

Elk Grove Village, IL-based company established in 2004, which specializes in font development, licensing and IP protection. It rose from the ashes of a major fire at Agfa/Monotype at the end of 2003. Its founders are Steve Matteson (type designer, formerly with Agfa/Monotype), Thomas Rickner (of Microsoft fame, where he hinted many Microsoft families), Ira Mirochnick (founder and President of Monotype Typography Inc in 1989 (where he was until 2000) and a Senior Vice President and director of Agfa Monotype Corporation (2000-2003), a self-proclaimed expert in font licensing issues and IP protection), and Bill Davis (most recently the Vice President of Marketing for Agfa Monotype). Also included in this group are Josh Hadley, Brian Kraimer, Jim Ford (since 2005), and Jeff Finger (as Chief Research Scientist, since 2006). On December 8, 2010, Ascender was acquired by Monotype for 10.2 million dollars.

Their typefaces include Endurance (2004, Steve Matteson, an "industrial strength" Grotesk designed to compete with Helvetica and Arial; it supports Greek, Cyrillic and East European languages).

In April 2005, Ascender announced that it would start selling the Microsoft font collection, which is possibly their most popular collection to date. They also started selling and licensing IBM's Heisei family of Japanese fonts in April 2005: Heisei Kaku Gothic, Heisei Maru Gothic and Heisei Mincho. Ascender's version of the CJK font Heiti is called ASC Heiti. Also in 2005, they started distributing Y&Y's Lucida family.

In October 2005, Ascender announced the development of Convection, a font used for Xbox 360 video games. Their South Asian fonts cover Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu, and include Ascender Uni, Ascender UniDuo and Arial Unicode for general use across all Indic languages, and, in particular, the Microsoft fonts Vrinda (Bengali), Mangal (Devanagari), Shruti (Gujarati), Raavi (Gurmukhi), Tunga (Kannada), Kartika (Malayalam), Latha (Tamil) and Gautami (Telugu). Khmer SBBIC (2011) is a Khmer font at Open Font Library.

It does more type trading and licensing than type creation, although Steve Matteson has contributed fairly well to their new typefaces. Their brand value took a hit when they started selling scrapbook, handwriting and wedding fonts under the name FontMarketplace.com.

Recent contributions: Crestwood (2006, a house face, possibly by Steve Matteson) is an updated version of an elegant semi-formal script typeface originally released by the Ludlow Type Foundry in 1937.

In 2009, they started a subpage called GoudyFonts.Com to sell their Goudy revivals.

In 2010, they announced a new collection of OpenType fonts created specifically for use in Microsoft Office 2010: Comic Sans 2010 (including new italic and bold italic fonts), Trebuchet 2010 (including new black&black italic fonts), Impact 2010, Pokerface 2010, Rebekah 2010 and Rebus Script 2010. Ligatures in Comic Sans?

New releases.

View Ascender's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cambodia Portal

Designers of the free Khmer typefaces Ankor, Jayvaraman, and Preah Vihear. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cambodian Fonts

Free Cambodian type 1 and truetype fonts: Baktouk, Ekreach, and many others. Mac and PC. Need a password. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cambodian Software Development
[Abdulrohman Abdolgony]

Free Khmer fonts, aka Khmer Smart Writer Fonts designed in 1995-1997 by Abdulrohman Abdolgony (Cambodian Software Development): Battambang, Kaoh Kong, Kom Pong Toum, Kom Pot, Kompong Cham, Prey Veng, Pursat, Siem Reap, Stung Treng, Svay Rieng, TaKeo, KSW Battambang, KSW Kaoh Kong, KSW KeyBoard, KSW Kom Pot, KSW Kompong Cham, KSW Preh Vihia, KSW Prey Veng, KSW Pursat, KSW Siem Reap, KSW Stung Treng, KSW Svay Rieng, KSW TaKeo. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Giovagnoli

Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1976, she studied type design at UBA in Buenos Aires from 2009 until 2010, and co-founded the type coop Huerta Tipográfica. Carolina is currently based in Berlin.

Her graduation typeface at FADU-UBA, Andada, was awarded at the Second Bienal Iberoamericana of Design (BID 10) and at Tipos Latinos 2012. Andada is a warm text typeface designed specially for Argentinian and Paraguayan (Guarani) text. Andada is free at Google Fonts and Open Font Library. It was commercially released at Huerta Tipografica in 2020 as Andada ht Pro. In 2021, Google Fonts published Andada Pro.

With Andrés Torresi, she developed Cambo (2011, Huerta Tipográfica), a family for Latin and Khmer [a free weight at Fontsquirrel].

Robots ht, which uses layering to construct robots, won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. There is a useful accompanying font called Robots HT Arrows. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Robots HT.

In 2014, Huerta Tipografica published the free text typeface family Caladea which was designed by Carolina Giovagnoli and Andrés Torresi. Caladea is based on Lato and is metric-compatible with Microsoft's Cambria.

In 2015, Andrés Torresi and Carolina Giovagnoli developed the Devanagari typeface family Sarali at Huerta Tipografica (free at Google Web Fonts). The Latin part is based on Torresi's Telex (2012).

Sura (2015, Google Web Fonts) is a Devanagari typeface family designed by Carolina Giovagnoli. It is based on the original Latin typeface Andada, a serif typeface for text.

Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Laura HT.

In 2020, she designed the stone cut typeface Das ABC der Scheren.

In 2021, she released Weg, an experimental font based on interweaved lines. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Center for Khmer Studies (or: CKS)
[Danh Hong]

Creators in 1999-2001 of the free Khmer fonts cks-chrieng and CKS-Moul, as well as CKS Chhor. He also created the KhmerOS (Khmer OpenSource) font, first released as a free download for MS Windows and Office users in 2003. Designer Danh Hong was born in 1972 in Kampuchea Krom (in South Vietnam). In 2002, he moved to Cambodia as a webmaster and graphic designer. Download here. He contributed the Khmer fonts Khmer OS (2004) and Hanuman (2010) to the Open Font Library in 2010. In 2012, he designed Noto Lao for Google's Noto project. Google Plus link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Center for Southeast Asian Studies Northern Illinois University

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University, carries Thai, Vietnames, Burmese and Khmer fonts. Fonts include DBThaiText, IPA_One, MyanTTF, ThaiEng2, ThaiTTF1, VNI-Times. The Khmer fonts are Khmer1 and Khmer2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CF Cambodge

Free Khmer Unicode fonts by various people: Pierre Thivet contributed Kh-Botum; Masavang sent Kh-KhamSamnar, Kh-KohNou, KohRussey, Kh-Preynokor, Kh-Svayrieng; others include Kh-KgCham, Kh-KohAchSes, Kh-KohRongSL, Kh-PreahTrapaing, Kh-SrokKhleang, Kh-TSKanTout. Another link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chay Sengtha

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[JSRC Printing House (TAKA Printing House Group) Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.]

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Chhun Keo

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Chomreun Sok

Khmer font designer. Here one can download Khmer Arrow (2010), Khmer Dotted Extend (2010), Khmer Eng (2010), Khmer Music (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Reencodings of two Khmer fonts commissioned from Xavier Dupré in 2003 and 2004 for Cambodia. Banthem Aksar Chrieng, Chrieng Siksacakr, Hora Chrieng, Mo.Kha.Sa.Chrieng. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Om Yentieng]

Om Yentieng (CIC) made these Khmer fonts: CiC_KhmerFR1, CiC_KhmerL1, CiC_KhmerN1, CiC_KhmerN2, CiC_KhmerR1, CiC_KhmerR2, CiC_KhmerR3. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CIC Font resource
[Kantol Khek]

Khmer fonts for Windows and Mac: the family Anlongvill-Khek was designed by Kantol Khek (1991-1994). Run by Earle Goodman. Other fonts here:

  • By Theodore Rith Heng, 1993: Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Kasskeo-New, Kbach-New, Lumphat-New, Norkor-New, Rachany-New, Taprom-New.
  • By Om Mony: Khbachmool-Regular, Klbachmool-Regular, Lbumphat-Regular, Mhundul-Regular, Taprum-Regular, Thaprum-Regular, Tlaprum-Regular.
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Creators in 1992-1996 of these free Khmer fonts: UPPDESMEK-MediumA, UPPDESstm-MediumA, UPP-MEAS, UPPMOUL-MediumA, UPPPALBAYON-NormalA, UPPROUND-MediumA, UPPSTYLE-MEDIUMA, UPPSETH-Medium-A, UPPTIMES-MediumA, uppdes-mediumA, uppsa-normalA. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CLS Solutions
[Top Rithy]

Top Rithy made the following free Khmer Unicode fonts in 2003: Khmer Chantha, Khmer Kampongtrach, Khmer Kampot, Khmer Kep, Khmer Kolab, Khmer MEF1, Khmer MEF2, Khmer Mool, Khmer Nettra, Khmer Old Style, Khmer Vanara, Khmer Viravuth, Khmer Wat Phnom. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cyber Cambodia

Commercial Khmer font maker (now gone?). Their fonts: Samrae (4 styles), Rum Peun, Phnom Kraom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danh Hong
[Khmer Type Design]

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Danh Hong
[Center for Khmer Studies (or: CKS)]

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Danh Hong

Danh Hong created several Khmer fonts, including a Unicode-compatible TrueType and Opentype font, KhmerOS (2004, a large free family). It can also be downloaded from the FAQ page of Sue and Maurice Bauhahn (see here). Alternate URL with these creations (no downloads): Aksar Moul, Aksar Chrung, Aksar Chhor, Aksar Chrieng, Aksar Somnar. In 2004, he created U4SvaytonNew. In 2003, he published KhmerOS-Bold, KhmerOS-Italic, KhmerOS-ItalicBold, KhmerOS, KhmerOSfreehand, KhmerOSsys. This file has U4 Svayton New, and the Khmer OS family. Sourceforge carries Unicode-compliant fonts made by Hong in 2007: Khmer OS, Khmer OS Battambang, Khmer OS Bokor, Khmer OS Content, Khmer OS Fasthand, Khmer OS Freehand, Khmer OS Metal Chrieng, Khmer OS Muol, Khmer OS Muol Light, Khmer OS Muol Pali, Khmer OS Siemreap, Khmer OS System. Free Google web fonts, 2010-2011: Angkor, Battambang, Bayon, Bokor, Chenla, Content, Dangrek, Freehand, Hanuman, Khmer, Koulen, Metal, Moul, Moul Pali, Odor Mean Chey, Preah Vihear, Siemreap, Suwannaphum, Taprom.

In 2014, he added Burmese font support to Type Together's Bree and Bree Serif (2011) and called the font Gantgaw.

Typefaces from 2021: Koh Santepheap (a Khmer font for body text; Github link; Google Fonts link).

Google Plus link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Top Siden]

Top Siden (Datagraphic) created these Khmer fonts in 1999: TSSesann, TSMoul, TSMekong. Download them conditional on sending a donation to the Union of Cambodian Democrats in Pakkret Nonthaburi, Thailand. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denis Roegel
[LaTeX Navigator]

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Organized font archive. Many subcategories including Party fonts, Holiday fonts, Balloons, Halloween, Christmas, screen fonts, phonetic fonts, African, Balinese, Bengali, Burmese, Cambodian, Croata-glagolitic, Cyrillic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Japanese, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, Malayan, Nepali, Nko, runes, Tamil, Vietnamese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Didi Kanjahn

Didi Kanjahn created the Mondulkiri A family for Khmer in 2002 (copright SIL). See also here for Mondulkiri Uh (2005, SIL). See also here for these fonts from 2005: Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-Bold, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-Semibold, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-ultra, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-xdict, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-xhigh, Khmer-Mondulkiri-s-xspace. At Open Font Library, we find his Khmer font Khmer Busra (2011) as well as Khmer Mondulkuri. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eric Wannin
[Quartet Systems]

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Faculty of Economic Informatics
[Neang Hon]

Neang Hon (Faculty of Economic Informatics) made these Khmer fonts in 2003: Khmerb, Khmerf, Khmerzs. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

FAQ and Resouces on Khmer in Unicode
[Maurice Bauhahn]

Maurice Bauhahn's informative page on Unicode and Khmer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

FAQ and Resources on Khmer in Unicode

Khmer Unicode page with lots of good information, compiled by Sue and Maurice Bauhahn. [Google] [More]  ⦿

FK Group
[Hoy Peou]

Hoy POeou (FK Group) created FK1 and FK2 Medium, free Khmer fonts, in 1993. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fleha Type
[Teja Smrekar]

Participant in the TipoRenesansa workshop in Slovenia in 2010, who designed the angular typeface Arkadika (2010). She also made the pixel typeface Piksna (2010). Her first degree in fine arts was from the University of Maribor. She also has a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana.

Arkadika was further developed at tipoRenesansa, 2nd international type design workshop in 2011. At tipoRenesansa, 4th international type design workshop (2012), she created the contemporary serif typeface Paradigma.

In 2013, Teja received the 2013 Monotype Studentship at the University of Reading. At Reading, her gradaution typeface was Mirna (2014): Mirna is a text typeface for continuos reading with a playful stencil display style. It is suitable for editorial text settings in lifestyle, fashion and health magazines. Display stencil style is suitable for branding and packaging. The typeface is meant to be read on paper printed with high-quality offset printing technology, as well as on high resolution screens and reading devices. Mirna has Greek, Cyrillic and Khmer family extensions.

In 2019, she set up Fleha Type and promptly published the handcrafted typeface Katka.

In 2020, Fleha Type released the experimental modular script typeface Trico Script by Mitja Miklavcic and the weathered stencil typeface Linoma.

In 2022, Teja Smrekar designed Grato Marker at TypeMates. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fox Training Center

The FTC Engineers Group of the Fox Training Center is the creator in 1993 of these free Khmer fonts: ICS01, FTC111, FTC222, FTC333, FTC444. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frédéric Snauwaert

Based in Singapore since 2006, Frédéric Snauwaert is an art director active in publishing, branding and corporate design. He created Khmer Type for a building in Phnom Penh in 2012.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Glavy Fonts
[Jason Glavy]

Jason Glavy, who lives in Yokohama, runs Glavy Fonts. He has created some free fonts: JG Lepcha (2001, a South asian language font), JG Chantabouli and JG Sasettha (cleaned up and extended unicode vesions of Sasettha and Chantabouli fonts created by John Durdin), JGAksaraBali, JGBasicLao, JGChamVer2, JGChamCambodia, JGChamVN, JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit, JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JGSoyombo (Tibetan), WL-LatinIPATimes. He used to have a bunch of Japanese fonts on his web site, including his Jindaimoji series. He also created three fonts for Makassarese/Buginese. At some point, he was associated with Saronix Japan. His Hmong page had JGCwjmemFinalVersion, JGCwjmemSecondVersion, JGCwjmemThirdVersion, JGNaadaasFinalVersion, JGNaadaasSecondVersion, JGNaadaasThirdVersion, JGPahawhFinalVersion, JGPahawhSecondVersion, JGPahawhSourceVersion, JGPahawhThirdVersion, JGPuajTxwm, all made in 2002: of these, the Pahawh series is original, while Cwjmem and Naadaas are improvements of other fonts. West African fonts designed by him: JGBassaVahHandwriting, JGBassaVahPrint, JGBete, JGKpelleA, JGKpelleB, JGNKo, JGVaiA, JGVaiB, JGVaiC. These fonts are well researched, and are based on drawings and findings by Dalby, Dr. Welmer, and Jensen. Some of Glavy's fonts for other languages: JGBasicLao, JGChamCambodia (1998), JGChamVN (1998), JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit (2001), JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JG Lepcha (2001), JGSoyomb (2001). See also SIL's Mingzat (2019) for the Lepcha language of South asia, wich is based on JG Lepcha. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Go Khmer

Big Khmer font archive. It has ABC-FANCY-11A, ABC-FANCY-3, ABC-FANCY-4, ABC-FANCY-5, ABC-FANCY-8A, ABC-FANCY-9, ABC-FANCY-ONE, ABC-HEAD-08, ABC-HEAD-1, ABC-HEAD-2, ABC-HEAD-3, ABC-HEAD-4A, ABC-HEAD-5, ABC-HEAD-SIX, ABC-TEXT-02, ABC-TEXT-08, ABC-TEXT-1, ABC-TEXT-10, ABC-TEXT-11, ABC-TEXT-12, ABC-TEXT-13, ABC-TEXT-14, ABC-TEXT-15, ABC-TEXT-3, ABC-TEXT-4, ABC-TEXT-7, ABC-TEXT-9, ABC-TEXT-SIX, ABCFANCYSEVEN, ABCFANCYSIX, ABCFANCYTWO, ABCTEXTFIVE, Aksardai-New, AksorKhmerMoul, Anlongvill, AnlongvillKhek, AnlongvillKhek, Bakheing-Regular, Bakheing-Regular, Bakprea-New, Bakprea-New, Baray-New, Baray-New, Battambang, Bakheing-Regular, Chantrea, Chantrea, Chrung-New, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Chuoktip-New, Kirirom-Regular, Kirirom-Regular, Ekreach-V3, HEAD-SEVEN, KS, KSW-KaohKong, KSW-KomPot, KSW-KompongCham, KSW-PrehVihia, KSW-PreyVeng, KSW-StungTreng, Kaoh-Kong, Kasskeo-New, Kasskeo, Kirirom-Regular, Kirirom-Regular, Kasthom-New, Kasthom-New, Kbach-New, Kbach-New, Kbach, Kh-Botum, Kh-KgCham, Kh-KhamSamnar, Kh-KohAchSes, Kh-KohNou, Kh-KohRongSL, Kh-KohRussey, Khbachmool-Regular, Khmer1, Khmer2, KhmerOS-Bold, KhmerOS-Italic, KhmerOS-ItalicBold, KhmerOS, KhmerOSfreehand, KhmerOSsys, Kirirom-Regular, Kirirom-Regular, Klbachmool-Regular, Kom-Pot, Kom-Pot, Kompong-Cham, Kraches-New, Kraches-New, Kuhear-New, Lbumphat-Regular, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTT-F2, LmnTTFantBig, LmnTTFantBig, Lumphat-New, Mhundul-Regular, Mundul-New, Norkor-New, Normyn, Otaki-New, PhnomPenhOT, PhnomPenhOT, Phnomyat-New, Phnomyat-New, Pnomthom-New, Prasat-New, Prasat-New, Prektrop-New, Prey-Veng, Pursat, Pursat, Rachana-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New, Samroang-New, Siem-Reap, Svay-Rieng, Svay-Rieng, Svay-Rieng, TaKeo, TaKeo, Takeo-New, Taprom-New, Taprum-Regular, Thamsour_Thmey, Thamsour_Thmey, ThanMonous_thmey, ThanMonous_thmey, ThanNorouk_thmey, Thaprum-Regular, Tlaprum-Regular, Toukmeas-New, U4SvaytonNew. [Google] [More]  ⦿


2MB worth of Khmer fonts for Mac and PC. Fonts include the ABC-Fancy, ABC-Head and ABC-Text families (by Keo Daravuth, ABC Computers (1997-2000) and ABC Professional Group (1995)), LmnTTFantBig, Head-Seven, DaRib, and Thakral-TextThree. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hoy Peou
[FK Group]

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Jason Glavy
[Glavy Fonts]

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Jasper Habicht

Between 2005 and 2012, Jasper Habicht (Accipiter Media, Germany) created the free typefaces Roaat Regular (for Khmer), Al Saqr (for Arabic), Maya Modern, Pixelfont, Ukussa (for Sinhala), Kayah Li (for Karen), Deutsche Kurrent (deutsche Schreibschrift), Blissymbolics, PixelFraktur, Vexillogic Symbols, Braille, Airport (a segmented font), and Karakorum (for Mongolian) in 2012.

Behance link.

Jasper was born in 1986 in Duisburg, Germany, and is affiliated with the University of Köln, where he specializes in Modern Chinese Studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jong Siritan
[Siritan Fonts]

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JSRC Printing House (TAKA Printing House Group) Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.

Chheana (JSRC Printing House, TAKA Printing House Group), located in Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia, created JAYAVARMANHead 1, a free Khmer font, in 1998. Download it here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kantol Khek
[Khek Brothers]

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Kantol Khek
[CIC Font resource]

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Kaonohi Kai
[XenoType Technologies]

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Keo Daravuth
[ABC Computer]

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Ket Monnyreak

Phnom Penh, Cambodia-based graphic designer and illustrator who created the geometric solid typeface Hamburger in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kham Creator
[Serey Sorphorn]

Serey Sorphorn, Mean Jay, created these free Khmer fonts in 1996 (the company name is Kham Creator): AAAksardai Kham, AAToukmeas Kham, AAToulkork Kham, AAngkor Wat Kham. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khek Brothers
[Kantol Khek]

Kantol Khek is the designer in 1994-1997 of the free Khmer fonts Khek-Anlongvill, Khek-Sambot, Khek-Sangker, Khek-Sattawat, Khek-Wat-Sangker. Located in Skokie, IL, their commercial fonts for Khmer include Anlongvill, Battambang, Huysavy, Mool/Vongmool, Riel, Sambot, Samreth, Sangker, Sattawat, Sovannak, Vannsery, Wat Sangker. Cambodian Information Center (CIC) has the Anlongvill Khek family. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khmer Fonts: Olivier Berten
[Olivier Berten]

The ultimate Khmer font information and collection page, organized by Olivier Berten. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khmer News

A 600K zip file with Khmer truetype fonts: the Limon family (15 fonts) by Sath SokhaMony&Chhit WornNarith (Limon Group). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khmer Type Design
[Danh Hong]

Danh Hong's very busy page, but one can find here a link to his free Khmer Unicode font, Khmer OS System (2005). He also has free Khmer fonts at the Google Web Font site, Battambang, Bokor, Metal and Freehand. At Open Font Library, he published Kh Metal Chrieng Regular (2008). Google Plus link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Chhun Keo]

Free Khmer Unicode/Opentype fonts by Chhun Keo, dated 2004: Khmer-Tonlesap, Khmerbattembang-704, Khmertakeo-A705, Krong-Phnompenh. In 2008, he added Ang DaunKeo, Ang DaunPov, Anf Daunsok, Ang DaunTeav, Ang DaunTep, Ang TaPich, Ang Taso, Ang Tasom. He is somehow associated with the Khmer Culture Center in Switzerland. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khmers Buddhist Organization

Free Khmer fonts Ekreach Normyn, Rachana. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Chay Sengtha]

Chay Sengtha (KhmerSoft) created the free Khmer font Sankor (2011, Opentype, Unicode). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khosana Fonts Page

Thai, Lao, Khmer, Karen, Burmese and Cambodian fonts. Mac and Windows. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Suonmay Sophanith]

Between 2015 and 2018, Suonmay Sophanith designed these free typefaces and dingbat fonts for Latin and Khmer: 2022-unoifficial (for the Qatar FIFA World Cup in 2022), FIFA-18-ART, Jun Ho, KH-NITH-MUFAN, KonKhmer_S-Phanith1, KonKhmer_S-Phanith10, KonKhmer_S-Phanith11, KonKhmer_S-Phanith12, KonKhmer_S-Phanith13, KonKhmer_S-Phanith14, KonKhmer_S-Phanith2, KonKhmer_S-Phanith3, KonKhmer_S-Phanith4, KonKhmer_S-Phanith5, KonKhmer_S-Phanith6, KonKhmer_S-Phanith7, KonKhmer_S-Phanith8, KonKhmer_S-Phanith9, PHANITH-FONTER, Phanith-FONTER-aZ, Phanith-Fonter-THAT, Phanith-THAT, S-PHANITH-FONTER-ROCK, S-PHANITH-FONTER-SAM, S-PHANITH-FONTER-TOUCH, S-PHANITH-FONTER-WW, S-PHANITH-FONTER-ZOUL, S-PHANITH-FONTER-ZZ, S-PHANITH-FONTER, S-PHANITH_FPefect, S-PHANITH_FTHIN, S-PHANITH_THINKE, S-Phanith-FONTER-DRAQ, S-Phanith-FONTER-GONE, S-Phanith-FONTER-PC-TOOL, S-Phanith-FONTER-THIN, S-Phanith-FONTER-WEEN, S-Phanith-Fonter-LAM, S-Phanith14-GREAT-1, S-Phanith14-GREAT-2, S-Phanith14-KH-PENCIL, S-Phanith_2019, S-Phanith_miss-you. [Google] [More]  ⦿

LaTeX Navigator
[Denis Roegel]

General links on typography and fonts, compiled by Denis Roegel (with earlier contributions by Karl Tombre who is no longer involved). Very, very useful. This page contains, among other things:

  • METAFONT for Beginners (Geoffrey Tobin)
  • The METAFONT book (TeX source) (Donald E. Knuth)
  • How to Create Your Own Symbols in METAFONT and for use in LaTeX Documents (Richard Lin)
  • Milieu -- METAFONT and Linux: A Personal Computing Milieu (Thomas Dunbar)
  • Simple drawings with METAFONT (Zdenek Wagner)
  • Some METAFONT Techniques (article from TUGboat, 10 pages) (Yannis Haralambous)
  • List of all available Metafont fonts
  • Liam Quin's Metafont Guide (last version)
  • MetaFog: Converting METAFONT Shapes to Contours (Richard J. Kinch)
  • METAFONT source
  • Design of a new font family (slides) (Gerd Neugebauer) (1996)
  • PERL Module for reading .tfm files (Jan Pazdziora) (1997)
  • fig2mf (UNIX manual) (Anthony Starks)
  • bm2font (Friedhelm Sowa)
  • Essay on math symbols by Paul Taylor
  • drgen genealogical symbol font by Denis Roegel, 1996
  • Chess fonts
  • The Marvosym Font Package (Martin Vogels)
  • Eurosymbol, another font for the euro symbol
  • Lots of stuff on virtual fonts
  • P. Damian Cugley's Malvern (Greek) font
  • Yannis Haralambous's Omega project
  • DC and EC fonts by Joerg Knappen
  • Technical notes on Postscript fonts, and Postscript fonts in TEX
  • Computer Modern type 1 fonts
  • Articles on computer typography by Sebastian Rahtz, Aarno Hohti&Okko Kanerva, Richard J. Kinch, Basil K. Malyshev, Hirotsugu Kakugawa, Karl Berry, Victor Eijkhout, Vincent Zoonekynd, Tom Scavo, David Wright, Erik-Jan Vens, and Nelson H. F. Beebe.
  • Articles on mathematical symbol fonts
  • Links to essential pages for Cyrillic, Japanese, Berber, Khmer, Chinese, Korean, Greek, Indic, Syriac, Hebrew, Hieroglyphic, Tibetan, Mongolian, African fc
At FontStruct, he created Sixer (a pixel face) and Smallish (bold unicase). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Light of the Khmer Region

Sar Sophorn's page with Khmer truetype fonts: Ekreach, Kasskeo, Kbach, Lumphat0, Prasat, Taprom, Tualkor. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lim Sovanvichet

Khmer font designer. Here one can download Khmer M1 and M2 and Khmer S1 through S4, all made in 2007. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Limon Group
[Sath SokhaMony]

The Limon family of Khmer fonts (1994) can be downloaded freely at this Cambodian Government site: LmnTT-F2, LmnTTFantBig, Limon-F1, Limon-F2, Limon-F3, Limon-F4, Limon-F5, Limon-F6, Limon-F7, Limon-R1, Limon-R2, Limon-R3, Limon-R4, Limon-R5, Limon-S1, Limon-S2, Limon-S3, Limon-S4, Limon-S5, Limon-S6, Limon-S7. These were made by the Limon Group, Sath SokhaMony and Chhit WornNarith, in 1994. Alternate zip file. Limon S1 is also here and here. Download here. Designers: Sath SokhaMony and Chhit WornNarith. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Linguist Software

Makers of LaserCambodian (commercial Khmer font). Also called CambodianLS. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mao Piseth

Khmer font designer. Here one can download KH MPS (2010), KH MPS Fasthand (2011, with Tim Boeun), KH MPS Jrung (2011, with Danh Hong), and KH Prey Veng (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Creator in 2003 of the Khmer fonts Kh-KhamSamnar, Kh-KohNou and Kh-KohRussey. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maurice Bauhahn
[FAQ and Resouces on Khmer in Unicode]

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Michael Forgey
[Unitype: Khmer]

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Michel Antelme

Designer of these free Khmer fonts in 2003: Kampot Gras (2 styles), Kompong B, Lekh Hora B and Lekh Hora Mool. He also assisted Xavier Dupré with the creation of ChriengCKS. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Microsoft: New Fonts in Windows 7

The list of new fonts in Windows 7 in 2009:

  • Aparajita, Aparajita Bold, Aparajita Bold Italic, Aparajita Italic: Devanagari family originally designed in 2001 by Modular Infotech, Pune, India.
  • Ebrima, Ebrima Bold: Microsoft fonts from 2008 with many symbols and special characters.
  • Gabriola: Script typeface by John Hudson (2008).
  • IskoolaPota Bold.
  • Khmer UI, Khmer UI Bold: By Microsoft (2008).
  • Kokila, Kokila Bold, Kokila Bold Italic, Kokila Italic: Devanagari family originally designed in 2001 by Modular Infotech, Pune, India.
  • Meiryo UI, Meiryo UI Bold, Meiryo UI Bold Italic, Meiryo UI Italic. Meiryo is a modern sans serif Japanese typeface developed by Microsoft to offer an optimal on screen reading experience and exceptional quality in print. The Japanese letterforms are generously open and well-proportioned; legible and clear at smaller sizes, and dynamic at larger display sizes. The beauty of Meiryo is that it sets text lines in Japanese with Roman seamlessly and harmoniously. Meiryo was designed by a team including C&G Inc., Eiichi Kono, Matthew Carter and Thomas Rickner. It won a 2007 type design prize from the Tokyo Type Directors.
  • Microsoft New Tai Lue, Microsoft New Tai Lue Bold: A 2008 family by Microsoft, DynaComware and Ascender.
  • Microsoft PhagsPa, Microsoft PhagsPa Bold: A 2008 family for Mongolian by Microsoft, DynaComware and Ascender.
  • Microsoft Tai Le, Microsoft Tai Le Bold: A 2008 family by Microsoft, DynaComware and Ascender.
  • Raavi Bold: Gurmukhi typeface by Raghunath Joshi (Type Director) and Apurva Joshi (2008).
  • Sakkal Majalla, Sakkal Majalla Bold: Arabic family by Mamoun Sakkal (2008).
  • Segoe UI Light, Segoe UI Semibold, Segoe UI Symbol: Controversial family by Microsoft (2008), said to be corporate theft on the part of Microsoft, with as victim Frutiger---Segoe is basically identical to the typeface Frutiger.
  • Shonar Bangla, Shonar Bangla Bold: Bengali typeface by Microsoft (2008).
  • Shruti Bold: Gujarati typeface by Raghunath Joshi (Type Director) and Vinay Saynekar (2008).
  • Tunga Bold: Kannada typeface by Raghunath Joshi (Type Director) and Vinay Saynekar (2008).
  • Utsaah, Utsaah Bold, Utsaah Bold Italic, Utsaah Italic: Devanagari family originally designed in 2001 by Modular Infotech, Pune, India.
  • Vani, Vani Bold: Telugu family by Muthu Nedumaran (2008).
  • Vijaya, Vijaya Bold: Tamil family originally designed in 2001 by Modular Infotech, Pune, India.
  • Vrinda Bold: Bengali typeface by Raghunath Joshi (Type Director) and Vinay Saynekar (2008).
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Moks Khmer Font
[Sovandy Mok]

Sovandy Mok (Moks Khmer Font) is the creator in 1993 of these free Khmer fonts: ABaphnom, AKhmerMorn, AMondulkiri, AReaseyRoman, ASophalLight, ASophorn, AnieMool, AnieRoman. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monotype: All languages

Monotype sells fonts for the following languages: Amharic, Aksara Kaganga, Arabic, Armenian, Balinese, Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Coptic, Devanagari (Hindi/Marathi/Nepali), Farsi, Georgian, Glagolitic, Gujerathi, Gurmukhi (Punjabi), Hebrew, Japanese, Javanese, Jawi, Kannada, Korean, Laotian, Lontarak, Malayalam, Old Bulgarian, Oriya, Pushto, Sindhi, Sinhalese, Surat Pustaha, Syriac, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Urdu, Vietnamese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monotype: Khmer

Khmer fonts by Monotype: Monotype Khmer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Morn Mon

Creator in 1995-1998 of these free Khmer fonts: MORN_MON_B04, MORN_MON_C01. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neang Hon
[Faculty of Economic Informatics]

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[Pierre Thivet]

Pierre Thivet (Norkvhak) is the creator in 1997 of the Khmer font Kh-Botum. In 1993, he made the free Khmer fonts Khmer Bold Chrung, Khmer Bold Kbach, Khmer Bold Kveak, Khmer Light Kaoh Kong, Khmer Light Letter, Khmer Normal Kveak, Khmer Normal Letter, Khmer Normal Moul, Khmer Title Battambang, Khmer Title Chrung, Khmer Title Letter. Download here and here. In 1997, he mnade KH Botum, which now exists with proper Unicode encoding. [Google] [More]  ⦿


A large free font family released under the Apache license at Google Web Fonts, and developed by Monotype's Steve Matteson and a team of type designers. Designed between 2012 and 2016, this typeface covers over 800 languages and 100 writing scripts. URL with details. Noto stands for no tofu, i.e., no white boxes that represent unknown characters. The fonts are property of Monotype, with the exception of Noto Khmer and Noto Lao, which belong to Danh Hong.

Noto Sans and Noto Serif cover Afar, Abkhazian, Afrikaans, Asturian, Avaric, Aymara, Azerbaijani-AZERBAIJAN, Bashkir, Bambara, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Bislama, Bini, Breton, Bosnian, Buriat, Catalan, Chechen, Chamorro, Mari (Russia), Corsican, Czech, Church Slavic, Chuvash, Welsh, Danish, German, Modern Greek (1453-), English, Esperanto, Spanish, Estonian, Basque, Finnish, Fijian, Faroese, French, Fulah, Friulian, Western Frisian, Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Galician, Guarani, Manx, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hiri Motu, Croatian, Hungarian, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association), Igbo, Indonesian, Interlingue, Inupiaq, Ido, Icelandic, Italian, Kara-Kalpak, Kikuyu, Kazakh, Kalaallisut, Kurdish-ARMENIA, Kumyk, Komi, Cornish, Kirghiz, Latin, Luxembourgish, Lezghian, Lingala, Lithuanian, Latvian, Malagasy, Marshallese, Maori, Macedonian, mo, Maltese, Norwegian BokmÃ¥l, Low German, Dutch, Norwegian Nynorsk, Norwegian, South Ndebele, Pedi, Nyanja, Occitan (post 1500), Oromo, Ossetian, Polish, Portuguese, Romansh, Romanian, Russian, Yakut, Scots, Northern Sami, Selkup, sh, Shuswap, Slovak, Slovenian, Samoan, Southern Sami, Lule Sami, Inari Sami, Skolt Sami, Somali, Albanian, Serbian, Swati, Southern Sotho, Swedish, Swahili (macrolanguage), Tajik, Turkmen, Tagalog, Tswana, Tonga (Tonga Islands), Turkish, Tsonga, Tatar, Twi, Tuvinian, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Venda, Vietnamese, Volapük, Votic, Walloon, wen, Wolof, Xhosa, Yapese, Yoruba, Zulu, Akan, Aragonese, ber-dz, Crimean Tatar, Kashubian, Ewe, Fanti, Filipino, Upper Sorbian, Haitian, Herero, Javanese, Kabyle, Kuanyama, Kanuri, Kurdish-TURKEY, Kwambi, Ganda, Limburgan, Mongolian-MONGOLIA, Malay (macrolanguage), Nauru, Ndonga, Navajo, pap-an, Papiamento-ARUBA, Quechua, Rundi, Kinyarwanda, Sardinian, Sango, Shona, Sundanese, Tahitian, Zhuang.

Non-Latin scrips include Noto Armenian, Noto Georgian, Noto Carian, Noto Greek, Noto Devanagari, Noto Ethiopic, Noto Glagolitic, Noto Hebrew, Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic, Noto Sans Lisu, Noto Sans Lycian, Noto Sans Lydian, Noto Sans Old South Arabian, Noto Sans Osmanya, Noto Sans Phoenician, Noto Sans Shavian, Noto Sans Tamil, Noto Sans Thai, Noto Serif Thai, Noto Sans Kannada, Noto Sana Telugu, Noto Sans Malayalam, Noto Sans Cherokee, Noto Sans Orya (for Odia), Noto Sans Bengali.

Other typefaces in the package include Arima, , and Tinos.

At CTAN, one can find Noto with full TeX support.

At Open Font Library, one can download Noto Nastaliq Urdu (2014), which covers Arabic, Farsi, Pashto and Urdu.

The fonts, as of October 2016: Noto Sans, Noto Serif, Noto Color Emoji, Noto Emoji, Noto Kufi Arabic, Noto Mono, Noto Naskh Arabic, Noto Nastaliq Urdu, Noto Sans Armenian, Noto Sans Avestan, Noto Sans Balinese, Noto Sans Bamum, Noto Sans Batak, Noto Sans Bengali, Noto Sans Brahmi, Noto Sans Buginese, Noto Sans Buhid, Noto Sans CJK JP, Noto Sans CJK KR, Noto Sans CJK SC, Noto Sans CJK TC, Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal, Noto Sans Carian, Noto Sans Cham, Noto Sans Cherokee, Noto Sans Coptic, Noto Sans Cuneiform, Noto Sans Cypriot, Noto Sans Deseret, Noto Sans Devanagari, Noto Sans Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Noto Sans Ethiopic, Noto Sans Georgian, Noto Sans Glagolitic, Noto Sans Gothic, Noto Sans Gujarati, Noto Sans Gurmukhi, Noto Sans Hanunoo, Noto Sans Hebrew, Noto Sans HK, Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic, Noto Sans Inscriptional Pahlavi, Noto Sans Inscriptional Parthian, Noto Sans Javanese, Noto Sans Kaithi, Noto Sans Kannada, Noto Sans Kayah Li, Noto Sans Kharoshthi, Noto Sans Khmer, Noto Sans Lao, Noto Sans Lepcha, Noto Sans Limbu, Noto Sans Linear B, Noto Sans Lisu, Noto Sans Lycian, Noto Sans Lydian, Noto Sans Malayalam, Noto Sans Mandaic, Noto Sans Meetei Mayek, Noto Sans Mongolian, Noto Sans Myanmar, Noto Sans NKo, Noto Sans New Tai Lue, Noto Sans Ogham, Noto Sans Ol Chiki, Noto Sans Old Italic, Noto Sans Old Persian, Noto Sans Old South Arabian, Noto Sans Old Turkic, Noto Sans Oriya, Noto Sans Osmanya, Noto Sans Phags Pa, Noto Sans Phoenician, Noto Sans Rejang, Noto Sans Runic, Noto Sans Samaritan, Noto Sans Saurashtra, Noto Sans Shavian, Noto Sans Sinhala, Noto Sans Sundanese, Noto Sans Syloti Nagri, Noto Sans Symbols, Noto Sans Syriac Eastern, Noto Sans Syriac Estrangela, Noto Sans Syriac Western, Noto Sans Tagalog, Noto Sans Tagbanwa, Noto Sans Tai Le, Noto Sans Tai Tham, Noto Sans Tai Viet, Noto Sans Tamil, Noto Sans Telugu, Noto Sans Thaana, Noto Sans Thai, Noto Sans Tibetan, Noto Sans Tifinagh, Noto Sans Ugaritic, Noto Sans Vai, Noto Sans Yi, Noto Serif Armenian, Noto Serif Bengali, Noto Serif Devanagari, Noto Serif Georgian, Noto Serif Gujarati, Noto Serif Kannada, Noto Serif Khmer, Noto Serif Lao, Noto Serif Malayalam, Noto Serif Tamil, Noto Serif Telugu, Noto Serif Thai. Late additions include Noto Sans and Serif for Chinese, Japanese and Korean, developed at Adobe.

In 2015, Adam Twardoch placed the Noto fonts on Github under the name Toto Fonts. A question of licenses. Toto Han fonts, 123MB worth of them. P>In 2018, Monotype published a fork of Noto Sans Display, called Avrile Sans (free at Open Font Library). See also Avrile Sans Condensed (2015) and Avrile Serif (2018).

Github repositories. Open Font Library link. CTAN link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olivier Berten
[Khmer Fonts: Olivier Berten]

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Om Yentieng

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Open Forum of Cambodia

Designers of some Khmer fonts that can be downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Open Institute
[Tim Chan Rithy]

Free Khmer Unicode/Opentype fonts by Tim Chan Rithy (Open Institute), dated 2007: KhmerOSClassic, KhmerOSKienSvay, KhmerOSNiroth, KhmerOSWatPhnom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Orkida Dictionary
[Vanthy Suon]

Vanthy Suon (Orkida Dictionary) created New Vanthear, a free Khmer font, in 1997. Download it here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paeak Khmer '98
[Phylypo Tum]

Khmer font links and help. A free Khmer text editor (Paeak Khmer '98) and free Khmer fonts (Aksor Khmer&Aksor Khmer Moul, 1997) by Phylypo Tum who was at UCLA when the fonts were first published. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pan Cambodia

Free Khmer fonts in the Khmer Smart Typing package: Khmer Chantha, Khmer Kampongtrach, Khmer Kampot, Khmer Kep, Khmer Kolab, Khmer Mool, Khmer Nettra, Khmer Old Style, Khmer Vanara, Khmer Viravuth, Khmer Wat Phnom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pen Sokha

In 2004, Pen Sokha (itCity magazine) created the free Khmer Opentype/Unicode fonts Khmer-Moul, Khmer-Serif, Khmer-Unicode-F1, Khmer-Unicode-L1, Khmer-Unicode-N2, Khmer-Unicode-R1, Khmer-Unicode-R2, Khmer-Unicode-Serif. Download. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Peter Specht

Designer who created the pixel grid typeface z001-rom (2008), Katerina (2010, almost LED face), Kinryu (2010), Kinryu No. 14 (2009), z001-rom_v10.4, Normal (2009, pixel face), Elektrogothic (2008, futuristic), Laurier Test (2009, serifed), Laurier No. 7 (2009, an extensive Unicode typeface that covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, most Indic languages, Thai, Hebrew, Lao, Tibetan, runic, Khmer, and mathematical, chess and other symbols), Kinryu No. 8 Regular (2009, an extension of Laurier towards Japanese), Clucky Duck (2008, rounded), and the double-scratch handwriting typeface Wild Freak (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Phirun's Family Page

Download about 30 Khmer fonts by Theodore Rith Heng: Aksardai-New, Baray-New, Bakheing Regular, Chantrea, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Kirirom Regular, Kasskeo, Kirirom Regular, Kasthom-New, Kbach, Kraches-New, Otaki-New, Phnomyat-New, Prasat-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Phylypo Tum
[Paeak Khmer '98]

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Pierre Thivet

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Pria Adireddi
[Pria Ravichandran]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Pria Ravichandran
[Pria Adireddi]

Pria Ravichandran (formerly Pria Adireddi, b. 1984, India) studied type design at the University of Reading, class of 2011, and is now pursuing a PhD at the University of Reading focussing on the developemnt of typographic forms for the Kannada and Telugu scripts. She intends to relocate to Hamburg, Germany on completion of her Ph.D. and dedicate her time wholly to URW++.

Her MA graduation typeface at reading was Tranquebar, which covers Latin and Tamil. In some places, this typeface is called The Herald. Pria also designed the free monolinear Latin / Devanagari typefaces Palanquin Dark and Palanquin in 2014 at Google Web Fonts that also covers Tamil, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Burmese, Khmer, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Sinhalese & Oriya. In addition, she designed an 11-script Indic companion in four weights for URW++'s Nimbus Sans (and thus Helvetica), that includes the following scripts: Tamil, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Myanmar, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Sinhala & Oriya.

Catamaran (2015) is a contemporay sans typeface family for Latin and Tamil. Github link for Catamaran.

Neue Frutiger Tamil (2018) was created by Pria Ravichandran and a team of designers and font engineers from the Monotype Studio, under the direction of Monotype type director Akira Kobayashi.

In 2019, at URW, she published the humanist sans typeface family Olivine.

In 2021, Kostas Bartsokas, Mohamad Dakak and Pria Ravichandran set up Foundry 5 Limited where they released Peridot Latin (2022: a 121-strong sans superfamily by Kostas Bartsokas and Pria Ravichandran) and Peridot PE (2022: a 121-style sans superfamily by Kostas Bartsokas and Pria Ravichandran designed for branding, display, corporate use, editorial and advertising; it covers Latin, Greek and Cyrillic).

Github link for Palanquin. In 2020, Eben Sorkin, Pria Ravichandran, Inga Ploennigs and Dan Reynolds co-designed the sans family Karow at URW. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Quartet Systems
[Eric Wannin]

Eric Wannin's French commercial foundry with PC and Mac fonts for all European languages, most Indic languages, Cyrillic, Vietnamese, Amharic, Inuit, Slavonic, Greek, Tibetan, Thai, Lao, Khmer, Burmese, Cri. Hieroglyphic fonts too. Free font family: EuroQuartet. These fonts have one glyph only, the Euro symbol. It has some bar code fonts too.

Multilingual fonts. They cover Braille, East European languages, Turkish, Baltic, Cyrillic, Icelandic and Greek. According to the Google] [More]  ⦿


Cambodian font archive. It includes the ABC-Zero-Space fonts for Windows (2000). Font list: ABC-FANCY-10A, ABC-FANCY-03A, ABC-FANCY-04A, ABC-FANCY-05A, ABC-FANCY-08A, ABC-FANCY-09A, ABC-FANCY-01A, ABC-HEAD-08A, ABC-HEAD-01A, ABC-HEAD-02A, ABC-HEAD-03A, ABC-HEAD-04A, ABC-HEAD-05A, ABC-HEAD-06A, ABC-TEXT-02A, ABC-TEXT-08A, ABC-TEXT-01A, ABC-TEXT-10A, ABC-TEXT-11A, ABC-TEXT-12A, ABC-TEXT-13A, ABC-TEXT-14A, ABC-TEXT-15A, ABC-TEXT-03A, ABC-TEXT-04A, ABC-TEXT-07A, ABC-TEXT-09A, ABC-TEXT-06A, ABC-FANCY-07A, ABC-FANCY-06A, ABC-FANCY-02A, ABC-TEXT-05A, Aksardai-New, Aksor-Khmer-Moul, Anlongvill, Anlongvill-Khek, Anlongvill-Khek-1-Fixed, Anlongvill-Khek1, Anlongvill-Khek-Fixed, Bayon-New, Donpenhs-New, Bakprea-New, Bakprea-New, Baray-New, Baray-New, Battambang, Bayon-New, Chantrea-New, Chantrea-New, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Ekreach-V3, Ekreach-Regular, ABC-HEAD-07A, KSW-Kaoh-Kong, KSW-Kom-Pot, KSW-Kompong-Cham, KSW-Preh-Vihia, KSW-Prey-Veng, KSW-Stung-Treng, Kaoh-Kong, Kasskeo-New, Kasskeo, Kassotin, Kassotin-New, Kasthom-New, Kbach-New, Kbach, Kh-Botum, Kh-KgCham, Kh-KhamSamnar, Kh-KohAchSes, Kh-KohNou, Kh-KohRongSL, Kh-KohRussey, Khbachmool-Regular, Khmer-OS-Muol-Pali, Khmer1, Khmer2, Khmer-OS-Bold, Khmer-OS-Italic, Khmer-OS-Italic-Bold, Khmer-OS, Khmer-OS-Muol-Light, Khmer-OS-Siemreap, Khmer-OS-Battambang, Khmer-OS-Bokor, Khmer-OS-Content, Khmer-OS-Fasthand, Khmer-OS-Fasthand, Khmer-OS-Freehand, Khmer-OS-Metal-Chrieng, Khmer-OS-Muol, Khmer-OS-System, Ekreach-New, Kassotin-New, Ekreach-Regular, Klbachmool-Regular, KSW-Siem-Reap, Kom-Pot, Kompong-Cham, Kraches-New, Kraches-New, Kuhear-New, Lbumphat-Regular, Limon-F5, Limon-F6, Limon-F7, Limon-R1, Limon-R2, Limon-R3, Limon-R4, Limon-S1, Limon-S2, Limon-S3, Limon-S6, Limon-S7, Limon-F2, Limon-F1, Limon-F3, Limon-F4, Lumphat-New, Mhundul-Regular, Mundul-New, Norkor-New, Normyn, Otaki-New, PhnomPenh-OT, Phnomyat-New, Phnomyat-New, Pnomthom-New, Prasat-New, Prektrop-New, Prey-Veng, Pursat, KSW-Pursat, Rachana-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New, Siem-Reap. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Commercial Khmer font producer. Salika Ltd is located in Tokyo. Their Khmer fonts are named Khm-1 through Khm-4. They also have fonts for Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, Latin, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Nepali, Cyrillic, Tamil, Thai and Vietnamese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Samnang Nouv

Phnom Penh, Cambodia-based designer of many Khmer fonts, ca. 2019. These include AKbalthom DaemPothi, AKbalthom Freehand, AKbalthom High Schol, AKbalthom Jais, AKbalthom Kadhek, AKbalthom Kampuchearath, AKbalthom Kbach, AKbalthom X Tin Bunheng, AKbalthom Khmer (21st, Krom, Krom Italic, Basic, Gothic, Light, Ler, Hand, New, Script, Kmang), AKbalthom KonSmao, AKbalthom Korea, AKbalthom Kror Nhanh, AKbalthom Meak, AKbalthom Mokassy, AKbalthom Molleak, AKbalthom Moul, AKbalthom Phagau, AKbalthom Pheatra, Phnom Penh, AKbalthom Phnom Sampow, AKbalthom Phutrobot, AKbalthom Pisak, AKbalthom Pixel, AKbalthom Ream, AKbalthom Seoul, AKbalthom Srap, AKbalthom Superhero AKbalthom TNRB, AKbalthom Unstoppable, AKbalthom Vann Molyvann (+Plus), AKbalthom Vicheka. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sane Technology Inc
[Savun Neang]

Savun Neang (Sane Technology Inc) is the creator of these free Khmer fonts in 1995: Preah-Vihear (from Thamsour_Thmey), Angkor (from ThanMonous_thmey), Jay Varaman (from ThanNorouk_thmey). Download here or here or here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santhosh Thottingal

Palakkad, Kerala-based computer scientist. He is responsible for Autonym Font (2013). He explains: A font that can render all language autonyms. If we want to show a large number of languages written in their own scripts (autonyms), we cannot apply the usual webfonts to it. This is because when each script requires a webfont, we will end up using a large number of webfonts. This can cause large bandwidth usage. An example of this use case is a language selector on a website. Autonym font tries to solve this. The font contains glyphs and opentype rules for rendering the language autonyms. And it contains only those glyphs for a language. The glyphs for the font are taken from a large number of free licensed fonts.

The sources for the glyphs, by language, are:

  • Main: FreeSans.
  • Arabic: Droid Arabic Naskh
  • Tibetan: Jomolhari
  • Bengali: Lohit Bengali
  • Telugu: Lohit Telugu
  • Tamil: Meera Tamil
  • Odia: Lohit Odia
  • Malayalam: Meera
  • Kannada: Lohit Kannada
  • Gujarati: Lohit Gujarati
  • Devangari: Lohit Devangari
  • Khmer: Hanuman
  • Thai: Droid Sans Thai
  • Chinese: WenQuanYiMicroHei
  • Lao: Phetsarath
  • Divehi: FreeFontThaana
  • Javanese: TuladhaJejeg
  • Myanmar: TharLon

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Sath SokhaMony
[Limon Group]

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Savun Neang
[Sane Technology Inc]

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Seng Ratanak Visay

Khmer font designer. Here one can download Khmer Rotanak (2007). He is working on a Khmer Eurostile typeface called Krochma (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Serey Sorphorn
[Kham Creator]

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Shoung Noy

Khmer font designer. Here one can download the NiDA series of fonts (2010), developed in cooperation with Danh Hong: NiDA Angkor, NiDA Bayon, NiDA Chenla, NiDA Funan, NiDA OdorMeanChey, NiDA Khmer Empire, NiDA Preahvihear, NiDA Sowannaphum, NiDA Sowanaphum, NiDA Taprom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shwebontha Software (Vipassana Research Institute)

Shwebontha Software is the creator of these free Khmer fonts in 1998: VriKHmer CB and VriKHmer CN. Download here. They also made the pali font family VriRomanPali in 2000. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sim Uy
[UT Computer System]

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Siritan Fonts
[Jong Siritan]

Creator in 1995-1996 of this free Khmer fonts: SraiKhmer Normal. Download it here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sovandy Mok
[Moks Khmer Font]

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Sovanna Tim

Creator in 1993 of these free Khmer fonts: ChrungA, ChrungB, ChrungHA, ChrungLA, ChrungMA, MoolsBA, MoolsHA, MoolsIA, MoolsLA, MoolsMA, SovanMA. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sovichet Tep

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Suonmay Sophanith

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Teja Smrekar
[Fleha Type]

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Theodore Rith Heng

Prolific Cambodian type designer, aka Om Mony. Downloads of his typefaces:

  • Here: Bakheing-Regular, Bakprea-New, Baray-New, Chantrea, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Ekreach Regular, Ekreach-V3, Kasskeo-New, Kasskeo, Kassotin New, Kassotin, Kasthom-New, Kbach-New, Kbach, Kirirom-Regular, Kraches-New, Lumphat-New, Norkor-New, Phnomyat-New, Prasat-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New, Taprom-New.
  • Here: Aksardai-New, Bakheing-Regular, Bakprea-New, Baray-New, Bayon New, Chantrea, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Ekreach New, Ekreach Regular, Ekreach-V3, Kasskeo-New, Kasskeo, Kassotin New, Kassotin, Kasthom-New, Kbach-New, Kbach, Kirirom-Regular, Kraches-New, Kuhear-New, Lumphat-New, Mundul-New, Norkor-New, Otaki-New, Phnomyat-New, Pnomthom-New, Prasat-New, Prektrop-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New, Takeo-New, Taprom-New, Toukmeas-New.
  • At KhmerLanguage.com: Ekreach V3 (2003).
  • At Ximplex, his commercial fonts: Aksardai V3, Bakprea V3, Baray V3, Bayon V3, Chantrea V3, Chrung V3, Chuoktip V3, Donpenhs V3, Kasskeo V3, Kassotin V3, Kasthom V3, Kbach V3, Kraches V3, Kuhear V3, Lumphat V3, Mundul V3, Norkor V3, Otaki V3, Phnomthom V3, Phnomyat V3, Prasat V3, Prektrop V3, Rachana V3, Rachany V3, Sakal V3, Sampeou V3, Samroang V3, Slakeit V3, Takeo V3, Taprom V3, Toukmeas V3, Tuolkork V3, Uddong V3, Vealsbev V3.
  • At Antoine Phirun's place: Aksardai-New, Baray-New, Bayon-New, Chantrea-New, Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Ekreach-Regular, Kasskeo, Kassotin-New, Kassotin, Kasthom-New, Kbach-New, Kbach, Kraches-New, Otaki-New, Phnomyat-New, Prasat-New, Rachana-New, Rachany-New, Sakal-New, Sampoeu-New, Samroang-New. All these fonts are from 1993 until 1994.
  • At Khmer Web NV: Chrung-New, Chuoktip-New, Kasskeo-New, Kbach-New, Khbachmool-Regular, Klbachmool-Regular, Lbumphat-Regular, Lumphat-New, Mhundul-Regular, Norkor-New, Rachany-New, Taprom-New, Taprum-Regular, Thaprum-Regular, Tlaprum-Regular.
  • Two of his fonts are distributed with Windows Vista: DaunPenh and MoolBoran (2005).
  • Also by him, CDT Khmer (2004), CDT Mool Angkor, CDT Text Kampuchea, CDT Text Mondulkiri, CDT text Bavet, Camboday (2004), Khmer OT (2002, Microsoft), UniKhm (2004, Microsoft).
  • About Phnom Penh OT (1995, Om Mony), Maurie Bauhahn writes: An early beta copy of a public domain Khmer Unicode font using Graphite technology was available on this site from 23 July 2002. The outlines were those generated by Mr. Om Mony for UNICEF in 1995. These have been extensively edited (but not hinted;-() by Maurice Bauhahn. The Graphite scripts are largely the work of Maurice Bauhahn with patient help from Sharon Carrol and Martin Hosken. This font automatically generates wrap around vowels, prefix subscript RO, subscripts, ligatures, lunar dates, stacking superscripts.
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Thy Bun
[Angkor Font Khmer]

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Tim Chan Rithy
[Open Institute]

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Tom Tor

Tom Tor Studios has offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo. Designer in Tokyo (was: Los Angeles) (b. 1985) of the themed display typefaces Tom Tor (2008, geometric sans), Pavadee (2008, free upright script), Khmer (2008, Khmer simulation face), Fugue (2008), Kampuchea (2008). He also made the pixel typeface Silom (2008). He writes: Formally trained in Communication Design and type designer, Tom Tor is visual rather the verbal. This is especially evident in Tor's Landmine Awareness poster design. Stark but symbolic images are used as the sole means of conveying the malicious cruelty brought on by leftover landmines. His work is strongly inspired by the Avant Garde art movements of Europe.

He was commissioned in 2009 to design S-21, a modernist face (in his own words). Sisamouth was designed in 2009 in honor by Cambodian singer Sinn Sisamouth.

Typefaces from 2010: Black Bees (a fat stencil pair).

In 2013, he designed the Latin typeface Chams and the geometric sans typeface Enso. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Top Rithy
[CLS Solutions]

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Top Siden

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Creators in 2005 of these free Khmer fonts: Wat-Phnom-T1, Wat-Phnom-T2, Wat-Phnom-T3, Wat-Phnom-T4, Wat-Phnom-T5. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Typesetting Khmer

Article by Yannis Haralambous on typesetting Khmer in TeX. It talks about the script, an encoding table, a METAFONT (developed by him), and the typesetting problems. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Unitype: Khmer
[Michael Forgey]

Global language solutions, including commercial fonts for about 60 langauges. Their Khmer fonts dating from 1997 until 199 are UT Khmer Aksardai and UT Khmer Angkor. Michael Forgey was the designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Uppaco-Nippuen v3 For Windows

Free Khmer software that includes these free Khmer fonts dating from 1994: KhmerM CJT Muul, KhmerM CJT Muul Italic, KhmerM CJT X, KhmerR CJT Italic, KhmerR CJT Normal, KhmerR CJT X, KhmerR CJT XItalic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

UT Computer System
[Sim Uy]

Sim Uy (UT Computer System) is the creator in 1998-1999 of these free Khmer fonts: Mrt-Big-Thai, Mrt-Big-Bold, Mrt-Big-Fant, Mrt-Big-Stand, Mrt-Normal-A, Mrt-Normal-B, Mrt-Normal-C, Mrt-Round-A, Mrt-Round-B, Mrt-Round-C, UT-Big-Bold, UT-Big-Fant, UT-Big-Stand, UT-Big-Thai, UT-Normal-A, UT-Normal-B, UT-Normal-C, UT-Normal-D, UT-Normal-E, UT-Round-A, UT-Round-B, UT-Round-C. Download them here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vanthy Suon
[Orkida Dictionary]

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Xavier Dupré

French type designer (b. 1977), who studied graphic design in Paris as well as calligraphy and typography at the Scriptorium de Toulouse. From 1999 to 2001, he worked as a type designer in a packaging design agency. He collaborated with Ladislas Mandel on Renaissance writings. Since 2001, he lives at least part of the time in Asia. During this period, he designed Latin and Khmer typefaces for NGOs in Cambodia, for example. On his web site, he says that he enjoys full freedom in his work. When he is not designing typefaces, he spends time in nature or prepares vegetarian food and pastries. His work was discussed by Yves Peters. Dribble link. FontShop link. He designed the following fonts:

  • The aesthetic text font Humanix, 1998.
  • FF Parango (2001). A garalde typeface.
  • The beautifully balanced family FF Reminga (2001) and FF Reminga Titling.
  • The swinging FF Jambono (2002).
  • The fifties font FF Tartine Script (2002).
  • The elegant garalde text family FF Angkoon (2003, FontFont, winner of an award at TDC2 2004).
  • The slab serif family FF Absara (2004). This typeface won an award at the TDC2 2005 type competition. It was followed in 2005 by FF Absrara Sans (FontShop) and in 2007 by FF Absara Headline and FF Absara Sans Headline.
  • Region Bretagne (2003-2016), an exclusive typeface for the Brittany province in France, based on his 12-weight typeface family Spotka (T-26, 2003), which was created in cooperation with Silas Dilworth.
  • Meteor (2003, T-26).
  • FF Megano (2005, FontShop), a humanist sans in six weights and a very eye-catching "g".
  • Zingha (Font Bureau), an all-round serif family.
  • Vista Sans (2005, Emigre): this won an award at TDC2 2006.
  • Two Khmer fonts commissioned in 2003 and 2004 for Cambodia: ApsaraLight, ApsaraRegular, ApsaraMedium, ApsaraBold, ChriengCKS-Regular, ChriengCKS-RegularAlternate (done with the help of Michel Antelme).
  • FF Sanuk (2006, FontFont), a 27-style family rooted in architectural drawing letters. FF Sanuk has subfamilies with standard suffixes such as Office, Pro, and so forth. In 2018, he added FF Sanuk Round. FF Sanuk Big Pro (2016) is a headline family with exaggerated x-height and tiny ascenders and descenders: all lungs and no legs.
  • Malaga (2007, Emigre), a 32-weight serif family with a distinctive flat-topped lower case a.
  • Vista Slab (2008, Emigre: 108 styles).
  • FF Masala (2009, round scriptish sans) and FF Masala Script (2009).
  • FF Yoga Sans and Serif (2009), a type system conceived for newspapers and magazines. The FontShop ad: FF Yoga, with its sturdy serifs is a good choice for body text, but it also serves as an original headline typeface with its subtly chiseled counters. The typeface mixes the dynamic tension of angular cuts with the balanced rhythm and elegant curves of Garalde typefaces. FF Yoga Sans is a contemporary alternative to Gill Sans and a sober companion to the serif FF Yoga.
  • Mislab (2013, Typofonderie). A slightly cursive and fully humanist slab family in 32 styles and three widths. Mislab won an award at TDC 2014.
  • Garalda (2016). A totally new Garamond with a lot of personality that was inspired by the Garamond Ollière (1914) cut by Maurice Ollière. The roman introduces angular elements, while the gorgeous italic is quite smooth and clean. The serifs on f, h, i, k, l, m, n, p, q and r are square.
  • The daring attention-grabbing sturdy slab serif typeface Molto (2018, Type Together). Earler, this was called Miniad (2015).
  • Ciabatta (2019). A great food packaging / "creamy" script in five weights, published by Sudtipos. It is based on Xavier's earlier typeface Nougato (2017, Fontstore: no longer available).
  • Khmer School (2017). A Khmer typeface in 7 fonts (including a dotted one) to teach Khmer writing. This family is free.
  • FF Pastoral (2019). This sans family features a large x-height and unusually tilted terminal strokes.
View Xavier Dupré's typefaces.

A long interview with Julien Gineste became a book, Xavier Dupré, itinéraire typographique / typographical itinerary (2019, Zeug). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

XenoType Technologies
[Kaonohi Kai]

Kaonohi Kai (XenoType Technologies) made the commercial Khmer fonts XenoType Khmer, XenoType Khmer Bold, XenoType KH Muul, and XenoType KH Jayavarman in 2003. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

XenoType Technologies

Commercial outfit with language kits (including fonts) for these languages: Burmese, Cherokee, Inuktitut, Kannada, Lepcha, Limbu, Lontara, Malayalam, Sinhala, Telugu, Tibetan, Bassa, Cambodian, Ethiopic, Laotian, Saurashtra, Sylheti, Tai Le, Tamil, Assyrian (Syriac), Burmese, Georgian, Khmer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zachary Quinn Scheuren

American graduate from the type design program at the University of Reading in 2010. His graduation work included the design of two typefaces, Souriya Chrieng and Luqule. He explains: Souriya Chrieng is a Khmer typeface in the traditional slanted chrieng style. It is the beginning of a Khmer type family which will include both mul and upright styles. Simple yet sturdy elegance makes it light on the page and easy to read. The names Souriya and Luqule (from lucule, a luminous spot on the sun) suggest a clarity and simplicity in form and function. Meant for continuous text, both typefaces are unobtrusive and capable of handling many language features. Luqule Regular will be included in Souriya for full support of Khmer, Extended Latin, and Cyrillic. Speaker at ATypI 2011 in Reykjavik on the topic of Khmer printing types. [Google] [More]  ⦿