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Cambodian (Khmer) fonts
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] ⦿
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.
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.
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 deveoped the Devanagari typeface family Sarali at Huerta Tipografica (free at Google Web Fonts). The Latin part is based on Torresi's Telex (2012). [Google] [More] ⦿
Angkor Font Khmer
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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. 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?
Cambodian Software Development
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] ⦿
Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1976, she studied type design at UBA in Buenos Aires from 2009 until 2010, and now belongs to the type coop Huerta Tipográfica.
Her typeface 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 the Google Font Directory. It was Carolina's graduation typeface at FADU-UBA.
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 deveoped 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. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Center for Khmer Studies (or: CKS)
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. [Google] [More] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
CIC Font resource
Khmer fonts for Windows and Mac: the family Anlongvill-Khek was designed by Kantol Khek (1991-1994). Run by Earle Goodman. Other fonts here:
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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. [Google] [More] ⦿
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] ⦿
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 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] ⦿
Faculty of Economic Informatics
FAQ and Resouces on Khmer in Unicode
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.
Jason Glavy, who lives in Yokohama, runs Glavy Fonts. He has created some free fonts: JGLepcha (2001, a West-African 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). [Google] [More] ⦿
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] ⦿
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.
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] ⦿
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
Khmer Type Design
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] [More] ⦿
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] ⦿
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:
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
The list of new fonts in Windows 7 in 2009:
Moks Khmer Font
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 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] ⦿
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. URL with details. 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 Bokmål, 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 Bengali.
Paeak Khmer '98
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
Pria Ravichandran (formerly Pria Adireddi) studied type design at the University of Reading, class of 2011, and is now based in India. Her graduation typeface 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.
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.
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] ⦿
Sane Technology Inc
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] ⦿
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:
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] ⦿
Khmer font designer. Alternate URL. In 2010, he designed the faces Chantrea UI. In 2011, he created Khmer Nagari (free, with Danh Hong) and Khmer Telecommuniaction. All fonts are free. [Google] [More] ⦿
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.
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.
Prolific Cambodian type designer, aka Om Mony. Downloads of his faces:
Tim Chan Rithy
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] ⦿
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 (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] ⦿
Free fonts for Ibo, Inuit, Japanese, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Kanuri, Khmer, Kikongo, Kikuyu, Kinya Rwardan, Hangul, Kpelle, Krio, Kru, Laotian, Latvian, Luba, Luo, Maltese, Oriya, Kannada, Malayalam, Sanskrit, Pali, Punjabi, Marathi, Telugu, Hindi, African languages such as Mandinka, Mende, More, Ngala. Plus Navajo, Oromo, Ogham, Phoenician. [Google] [More] ⦿
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. From 2001 to 2004, he lived in South Asia. His work was discussed by Yves Peters. Link at ENSAE, France. FontShop link. An online quarrel between Xavier and John Downer. He designed the following fonts:
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] ⦿
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] ⦿
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] ⦿