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Thai fonts

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AAA Font
[Prachid Tinnabutr]

Assistant Professor at the Fine and Applied Arts Division, Chandrakasem Rajabhat University. Prachid also owns Witty Computer Co in Nonthaburi, Thailand. Creator of the free typefaces AAA Prachid Hand Written (2012) and AAA Watin Bold 3D Italic (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Thai creator of the pixel typeface AD2055 (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam McIntyre

Chiang Mai, Thailand-based designer of the marker font Sphynx (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Paul Rädle's great jump page for foreign fonts and phonetic fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ahom Script

Ahom is an extinct Tai language spoken by the Ahom people who ruled the Brahmaputra valley in the Indian state of Assam between the 13th and the 18th centuries. Ahom was replaced with Assamese in the early 19th century. Efforts are currently being made to revive the language.

In 2015, while studying in the MATD program at the University of Reading, Sergio Trujillo created Satira, a typeface that covers both Latin and Tai-Ahom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ake Thanantreesak
[Nobu Collections (or: Ake)]

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Akira Kobayashi
[Sony Design]

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Akira Kobayashi

Born in 1960 in Niigata, Japan. Studied at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo. He also studied calligraphy at the London College of Printing. He became a freelance designer in 1997. Akira Kobayashi, who was based in Tokyo prior to his move to the Franfurt area, is an accomplished type designer who has created numerous typefaces for Sha-Ken, Dainippon Screen (where he made the kanji font Hiragino Mincho), TypeBank (from 1993-1997), ITC and Linotype, where he is Type Director since 2001. Interview. His numerous awards include the Type Directors Club awards in 1998 (ITC Woodland), 1999 (the art deco styled ITC Silvermoon, and ITC Japanese Garden), and 2000 (FF Clifford), the 1999 Kyrillitsa award for ITC Japanese Garden, the 3rd International Digital Type Design Contest by Linotype Library (for the informal and quirky 4-style Linotype Conrad (1999): Linotype states that Kobayashi took his inspiration from a print typeface of the 15th century created by two German printers named Konrad Sweynheim and Arnold Pannartz), and the 5th Morisawa International Typeface Competition (in which he received an Honourable Mention for his typeface Socia Oldstyle). CV at bukvaraz. Interview in 2006. His typefaces:

  • Helvetica Neue eText Pro (2013).
  • Dainippon Screen: the kanji font Hiragino Mincho.
  • ITC: ITC Scarborough (1998), ITC Luna, ITC Silvermoon, ITC Japanese Garden, ITC Seven Treasures (1998), ITC Magnifico Daytime and Nighttime (1999), ITC Vineyard (1999), ITC Woodland Demi (1997).
  • Adobe: Calcite Pro (sans-serif italic at Adobe, in OpenType format).
  • Linotype: Akko Sans and Akko Rounded (2011; Akko Rounded is situated between DIN, Isonorm and Cooper Black, while Akko Sans is an elliptical organic sans related to both DIN and Neue Helvetica), Akko Condensed (2015), Akko Pro Condensed (2015), Akko Pan-European (2015), Eurostile Next (2008, after Aldo Novarese's original), Eurostile Candy and Eurostile Unicase, Cosmiqua (2007, a lively didone serif family based on 19th century English advertising types, and in particular Miller&Richard's Caledonian Italic), Metro Office (2006, a severe sans after a family of Dwiggins from the 20s), Neuzeit Office (2006, modeled after the original sans serif family Neuzeit S, which was produced by D. Stempel AG and the Linotypes design studio in 1966. Neuzeit S itself was a redesign of D. Stempel AG's DIN Neuzeit, created by Wilhelm Pischner between 1928 and 1939), DIN Next (2009, based on the classic DIN 1451), Times Europa Office (2006, modeled after the original serif family produced by Walter Tracy and the Linotypes design studio in 1974. A redesign of the classic Times New Roman typeface, Times Europa was created as its replacement for the Times of London newspaper. In contrast to Times New Roman, Times Europa has sturdier characters and more open counter spaces, which help maintain readability in rougher printing conditions. Times Europa drastically improved on the legibility of the bold and italic styles of Times New Roman.), Trump Mediaeval Office (2006), Linotype Conrad (1999), Optima Nova (2002, a new version of Optima that includes 40 weights, half of them italic), Linotype Avenir Next (2003, 48 weights developed with its original creator, Adrian Frutiger, and to be used also by the city of Amsterdam from 2003 onwards), Avenir Next Rounded (2012, in conjunction with Sandra Winter), Avenir Next Paneuropean (2021: 56 styles), Zapfino Extra, Palatino Sans and Palation Sans Informal (2006, with Hermann Zapf; won an award at TDC2 2007). Frutiger Serif (2008) is based on Frutiger's Meridien and the Frutiger (sans) family. Diotima Classic (2008, with Gudrun Zapf von Hesse) revives Gudrun's Diotima from 1951. In 2008-2009, Akira Kobayashi and Tom Grace unified and extended Trade Gothic to Trade Gothic Next (17 styles). Neue Frutiger (2009, with Adrian Frutiger) has twice as many weights as the orifinal Frutiger family. Later in 2009, the extensive DIN Next Pro, co-designed with Sandra Winter, saw the light. I assume that this was mainly done so as to meet the competition of FontShop's FF DIN (by Albert-Jan Pool).
  • Fontshop: Acanthus (2000, large Fontfont family), FF Clifford (gorgeous text face!). In 2009, he and Hermann Zapf cooperated on Virtuosa Classic, a calligraphic script that updates and revives Zapf's own 1952-1953 creation, Virtuosa.
  • Typebox: TX Lithium (2001, The Typebox).
  • Oddities: Skid Row (1990), Socia Oldstyle.
  • Suntory corporate types (2003-2005), developed with the help of Matthew Carter and Linotype from Linotype originals: Suntory Syntax, Suntory Sabon, Suntory Gothic, Suntory Mincho.
  • In 2014, Akira Kobayashi, Sandra Winter and Tom Grace joined forces to publish DIN Next Slab at Linotype.
  • Alexey Chekulaev and Akira Kobayashi (Monotype) won a Granshan 2014 award for the Cyrillic typeface SST.
  • In 2016, Akira Kobayashi and Sandra Winter co-designed Applied Sans (32 styles) at Monotype. It is in the tradition of vintage sans typeface such as Venus and Ideal Grotesk and competes with Rod McDonald's splendid Classic Grotesque (2011-2016)..
  • Member of a type design team at Monotype that created the Tazugane Gothic typeface in 2017. Designed by Akira Kobayashi, Kazuhiro Yamada and Ryota Doi of the Monotype Studio, the Tazugane Gothic typeface offers ten weights and was developed to complement Neue Frutiger. It is the first original Japanese typeface in Monotype's history. Followed in 2018 by the more restrained Tazugane Info. Variable fonts published in 2022: Tazugane Gothic Variable, Tazugane Info Variable.
  • SST (2017). A set of fonts for Latin, Cyrillic, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic and Japanese.
  • DIN Next Stencil (2017). Developed together with Sabina Chipara.
  • DIN Next Decorative (mostly textured styles such as Rust, Slab Rust, Stencil Rust and Shadow).
  • Univers Next Cyrillic and Univers Next Paneuropean, both released in 2020, extending Adrian Frutiger's Univers.
  • Shorai Sans (2022) and Shorai Sans Variable (2022). A 10-style Latin / Japanese sans by Akira Kobayashi, Monotype Studio and Ryota Doi, designed as a companion typeface to Avenir Next.
At ATypI 2008 in St. Petersburg, he ran a Linotype student type design workshop.

Speaker at ATypI 2012 in Hong Kong: Rounded sans in Japan.

View Akiro Kobayashi's typefaces.

Klingspor link. FontShop link. Eurostile Next review. Linotype link. Monotype link. MyFonts interview in 2017. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Akira Kobayashi
[Neue Frutiger]

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Akkades Niyomphong

Creator of the free font CRU-Akkades (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Wood's Unicode Resources

Great Unicode jump page. Has a page showing all fonts that support the various Unicode ranges. Check, for example, his Shavian Unicode sub-page. Unicode font utilities. Some font downloads, including the Unicode font MPH Damase (2005, Mark Williamson). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alisara Zilch

Based in Bangkok, Alisara Zilch designed the free Latin / Thai typeface Nithan in 2013 as a school project. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anchitpan Panuditeekun
[Pround Letter Park]

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Android Open Source Project

Free downnloads of Ahem, Clockopia, DroidSans-Bold, DroidSans, DroidSansFallback, DroidSansFallback, DroidSansHebrew, DroidSansJapanese, DroidSansMono, DroidSansThai, DroidSerif-Bold, DroidSerif-BoldItalic, DroidSerif-Italic, DroidSerif, MotoyaLCedar-W3-90ms-RKSJ-H, MotoyaLMaru-W3-90ms-RKSJ-H. Droid (2007) and Clockopia (2009) are by by Google (2007) and Motoya is by Motoya Corporation (2010). Ahem (2010, Todd Fahrner) is for the CSS Samurai's browser testing. Motoya was created for mobile machines. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ang Thong Thai BT

Commercial Thai font developed in 2002 by Bitstream. The font includes Thai glyphs and Latin glyphs from Dutch 801. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Zolotukhina

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Designer of the free Thai font families Angsima, Bromlila, Corada, Lomaputta and Taeyhom. These used to be Googe Fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anupap Jaichumnan

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Anutara Tantraporn
[The National Font Project]

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Anuthin Wongsunkakon
[Behaviour (was: type behaviour)]

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Aorrawan Sritongkham

Thai designer of the Latin handcrafted typeface Aorrawan 110859 (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arabia Ware Benelux

Vendor of Mac and PC fonts for several languages and from a variety of companies, active ca. 1999. The fonts covered Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Urdu, Tamazight, Turkish, Greek, Indic, Thai, Eastern European, and Korean. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Armornrat Saejang

During her studies at Dhurakij Pundit University in Bangkok, Armornrat Saejang created the Latin display font Paper Plane (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arporn Seemaroj

Artist in Bangkok, who designed a decorative Latin caps alphabet in 2016 with textures that emulates traditional Chinese porcelain lettering. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Art of Life

Thai truetype fonts including KSCCordia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Boonlert Wutikornkhanarak]

Free Thai Fontforge coded fonts called Arundina, and developed by by Boonlert Wutikornkhanarak. The web site and code is maintained by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arunee Kasemphaibulsuk

Creator of the Thai / Latin typeface Goodness (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arunee Ng

During her studies in Singapore, Arunee Ng created Arunsawat Thai (2014), a Thai simulation typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arwin Intrungsi

Designer of the Latin / Thai typefaces ZT Leelas (2014), ZT Chino Siam (2018: oriental simulation), ZT Texnic (2018), ZT Chanya (2018), ZT Lekdud (2018) and ZT October (2018) at Ziam Type. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Austrian Asian Singha Club

Six Thai truetype fonts in this small archive: DBThaiText, DBThaiTextBold, DBXThaiText, DBXThaiTextBold, Surin, ThaiBangkokDJA. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Avenir Next World

The original Avenir typeface was designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1988. Unlike Futura, which has partially colored Avenir, Avenir is not purely geometric---it has vertical strokes that are thicker than the horizontals and a lower case o that is not a perfect circle. And just as most fonts from the 1980s, Avenir has shortened ascenders. These nuances aid in legibility but the small x-height makes it less elegant.

In 2012, Akira Kobayashi worked alongside Adrian Frutiger on Avenir Next. Akira kept expanding Avenir to cover more languages. Avenir Next World family, released by Linotype in 2021, is an expansive family of fonts that offers support for more than 150 languages and scripts. The subfamilies include Avenir Next Hebrew, Avenir Next Thai, Avenir Next Cyrillic, Avenir Next Arabic and Avenir Next Georgian. Avenir Next World contains 10 weights, from UltraLight to Heavy.

Contributors besides Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi: Anuthin Wongsunkakon (Thai), Yanek Iontef (Hebrew), Akaki Razmadze (Georgian), Nadine Chahine (Arabic), Toshi Omagari (Arabic) and Elena Papassissa (Greek, Armenian). See also Avenir Next Paneuropean (2021; 56 styles; by Akira Kobayashi). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


An Apple system font for Thai created in 1992. [Google] [More]  ⦿


About 10 free Thai fonts are archived here, including Surin, Lotus Busakorn, NRB Phet Bourri, DB Thai Text and KK-Jaksu. Windows and Mac. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Banphot Nuchleang

Pathum Thani, Thailand-based creator (b. 1983) of the pixel typeface BN CUWord (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Baria Poonpanich

Baria Poonpanich (Bangkok, Thailand) designed an alphabet called Monsters (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bastarda Type (was: No Name Type Foundry)
[Sebastian Castellanos De La Hoz]

Bogota, Colombia-based outfit, est. 2017 by Jason Guzman, Sebastian Castellanos and Federico Parra. Type designers associated with Bastardatype in 2022 included Oscar Guerrero, Julian Moncada and Fer Cozzi. Sebastian Castellanos graduated from the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2015. His graduation project was Orca (2015). It covers Latin, Greek and Thai: Orca was inspired by alcoholic beverage labels. It is constructed of a blend of sharp serifs and brush out-strokes which create a dynamic combination of angular lines and curves.

The list of type designs:

  • Orca and Orca Display (by Sebastian Castellanos and Jason Guzman). The semi-stencil Orca Display won an award at Tipos Latinos 2018. Orca was inspired by alcoholic beverage labels. It is characterized by sharp serifs, a large x-height, moderate ascenders and descenders, and wide proportions. It covers Latin, Greek and Thai.
  • Magma (Federico Parra). A psychedelic all caps typeface.
  • Central. A handcrafted American gothic custom-designed for Central Cevicheria in Bogota.
  • BT Barbara (2018). A flared typeface done with Fernanda Cozzi.
  • BT Brutman (2020). An angular text typeface inspired by brutalist architecture.
  • BT Orca and BT Orca Display.
  • BT Lamina (2019).
  • BT Salsa (2019).
  • Kiffo Sans (2019), later called BT Kiffo.
  • Stewar Variable (2022). Unknown designer.
  • Gregor (2021, Oscar Guerrero). A hybrid sans serif typeface family with two variants, Upright and Slanted. The design is inspired by some advertising graphic designs used in the United States during the 60's and 70's.
  • Super BT (2022). Unknown designer.

Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bavorn Joradol

Thai type designer who created the free Latin / Thai typefaces Srisakdi (2018, Google Fonts / Cadson Demak; with Pairoj Peamprajakpong) and Niramit (2018, Google Fonts / Cadson Demak; with Pairoj Peamprajakpong). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Kanda Euatham]

Kanda Euatham (Chiang Mai, Thailand) runs Becris. In 2016, he designed the Latin typeface Becris Rounded Monoline. In 2017, he created Becristica (blackletter), Clean Line Icons, and Mono Virgin Script. Creative Market link. Creative Fabrica link.

IN 2019, Euatham set up Paramajan. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Chiang Mai, Thailand-based designer of these handcrafted typefaces in 2017: BigKids, Kids Regular, Rose Garden, Line Cally, Laksamee Script, Beer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Behaviour (was: type behaviour)
[Anuthin Wongsunkakon]

Behaviour was founded in 1996 by Anuthin Wongsunkakon and Nirut Krusuansombat in Bangkok. They do graphic design, mainly. Type Behaviour is the font library of Behaviour. Anuthin teaches graphic design at School of Art and Design, Bangkok University and Chulalongkorn University.


Fonts include OCRX, Aspirin, Interviewer, Songothic (1999), Behaviour, Keystonestate, Effectra, Hydrous, Ideologica, Waveeweekend, Matamorphosis, Berlidin (1999). Commercial fonts available at T26 and PsyOps (where he did Hydrous). Also, many dingbats by Nirut Krusuansombat, again without downloads. Custom-made Thai fonts too.

[T-26] designer of Aspirin, Aspirin Advance, Aspirin Refill (hairline), Automate (2008), Behaviour, Berlidin (1999), Carbon, Cellular One, Cellular Two, Cellular three, Coupe, Datum, Dotto, Dotto Deluxe, Effectra, Harbinger, Hydrous (2009, PsyOps and T-26), Ideologica, Interviewer, Keystone State, Labelo Ext, Labelo Rom, Labelo Uni, Myers Sans, OCRBe, OCRX, QR-Type, Son Gothic (+New Son Gothic), Wavee Weekend (upright script, Foto (2006, dingbats), Harbinger (2004, stencil), Myers Sans (2005), Aspirin, Carbon (2003, an octagonal font, which reappeared in 2006 as Carbon C6 and in 2008 at Cadson Demak as carbon Plus), Coupe (2006, 4-weight sans family), Labelo (2003, octagonal, +Varsity), Dotto, Dotto Deluxe (2002, dot matrix font), Behaviour, Berlidin (1999: nice serifs), Ideologica (2000), Interviewer, KeystoneState (1999: a license plate font), Metamorphosis, SonGothic, WaveeWeekend (2000), OCRX (2001, T-26), and Effectra (2001, T-26), Cellular-Complete (2002, T-26), POBox (2002, T-26, dingbats of postal imprints), Datum (2002, pixel font), Baked (2007, T-26), Board (2004, T-26), OCR-Be (2006).

Free font: Katan U Kata Way T (Thai font).

Dingbats: Arvaiyava, Bahnpaburut, I'm Icons, Monsoon, Pixxo (pixel-based icons), Prajanbarn, SO-6.

MyFonts sells the athletic lettering fonts Labelo Ext (2007, T-26), Option Sans (2009, T-26), Labelo Varsity and Board Deluxe, Enzyme (2010, Cadson Demak), Amino (2010, Cadson Demak: an organic family).

Typefaces at Katatrad include Ra Bobb Thai (2012, octagonal).

Typefaces from 2013: EQ Pro (+Rounded: Cadson Demak).

Anuthin Wongsunkakon collaborated with Akira Kobayashi and Monotype Studio on Avenir Next Thai (2021).

FontShop link. Klingspor link.

View Anuthin Wongsunkakon's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ben Mitchell

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BenChalit Sagiamsak

Bangkok-based designer (b. 1989) of the modular triangular typeface Furtive (2011), the ornamental CS BenWood (2011, free), the Ugaritic and native Indian cultures inspired CS Zero (2011), and the minimalist monoline typeface CS Cacher (2011).

CS Liana (2013) is a mixture of art nouveau and Tuscan. In 2014 he created Oldben. Like his other typefaces, these are all vector format typefaces.

Fontspace link. YWFT link. Behance link. Alternate URL. Hellofont link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Benz Tanadech

Thailand-based designer of the fashion mag typeface Genderless (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Tanawat Sakdawisarak]

Beta is the company of Tanawat Sakdawisarak, a graduate of the Faculty of Visual Communication Arts and Graphic Design at Assumption University in Bangkok. It sells fonts and EPS format typefaces through YWFT, all more or less alchemic in nature.

In 2009, Tanawat designed several Latin and Thai typefaces such as Bedhead Sweet (avant-garde face) and Bedhead Sway (paper-fold face).

In 2012, he and Praire Kongpairin co-designed the alchemic hieroglyph-inspired typeface Saita (available at Ten Dollar Fonts). Still in 2012, he created YWFT Roland (an EPS format ornamental caps face), Baltic and Whiskey in a related style. YWFT Dogma (2012) is an EPS caps typeface based on the same design principles.

In 2013, he published the EPS vector set YWFT Pipe and writes: It's not a flatbed truck, it's a series of tubes, and this totally tubular Pipe will carry you down the water slide to bubble town before you can say "pop art." A little touch of Nintendo, some extra olive juice, and a green Jell-o chaser make for this bubbling EPS vector handset, containing two different styles: flat and glossy/reflection. In 2015, a regular font family was published. King (2013) is an alchemic EPS forrmat typeface family.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Asian non-profit organization that runs conferences in the Fall in Bangkok, and exists under the aegis of Thailand's main type foundry, Cadson Demak Co . Home page.

The 2015 edition, BITS MMXV, is from October 30 until November 1. Its speakers: Dave Crossland, Smich Smanloh, Seok Geumho, Savid Jonathan Ross, Verena Gerlach, Mark De Winne, Pracha Suveeranont, Anthony Burrill, Christian Schwartz, Suppakit Chalermlarp, Parinya Rojarayanond, and Panuwat Usakulwattana.

The 2011 edition included Akiem Helmling, Akira Kobayashi, Tnop Wangsillapakun, Anisa Suthayalai, Keith Chi-hang Tam, Sébastien Morlighem, Smich Smanloh, and Jackkrit Anantakul. BITS Con link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Organized by Typographic Association Bangkok (TAB) and Cadson Demak, the type design conference BITS 6 took place between 7 and 9 October 2016 at Goethe Institut, TCDC, TAB and W Hotel Bangkok. There were workshops (by Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Veronika Burian, Ben Mitchell, Alisara Tareekes, Jean-Baptiste Levée, Oliver Linke, and Petr van Blokland). Speakers included Kwanchai Akkaratammagul, Praseuth Banchongphakdy, Rojjanawann Suchinda, Tetsuo Sakomura and Sirin Gunkloy. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Organized by Typographic Association Bangkok (TAB) and Cadson Demak, the type design conference BITS 9 took place between 10 and 12 October 2019 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Speakers included August Lan, Crystian Cruz, Greg Gazdowicz, Gunnar Vilhjalmsson, Jeff Wu, Keitaro Sakamoto, Ksenya Samarskaya, Lisa Schultz, Miriam Suranyi, Pankaj Joshi, Panuwat Usakulwattana, Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Tetsuta Onishi, Xiao Yu Liu, Yi Dan Wu, and Yu Li Liu. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Type conference held in Bangkok from 28-29 October 2011. BITS stands for Bangkok International Typographic Symposium. Organized by Cadson Demak in association with ThaiGa, its speakers included Akiem Helmling, Akira Kobayashi, Tnop Wangsillapakun, Anisa Suthayalai, Keith Chi-hang Tam, Sébastien Morlighem, Smich Smanloh, and Jackkrit Anantakul. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bitstream Cyberbit

From Bitstream's web page: "Bitstream Cyberbit is our award-winning international font. Based on one of our most popular and readable type designs (Dutch 801 BT [note: Bitstream's version of Times and Times New Roman]), it includes all the typographic characters for most of the world's major languages. Cyberbit is now available! The product release includes the roman weight of Dutch 801 BT, a "serif" font. (A serif font has small finishing strokes at the end of the main stems, arms, and tails of characters, while a sanserif font does not.) The font is in TrueType format for Windows 95 and Windows NT. Future releases will provide support for "sanserif" typefaces, other platforms, other font formats, and even more languages. Bitstream Cyberbit is a work in progress. Bitstream is now distributing the roman weight of Cyberbit, free of charge, over the Internet! Remember, this release is in TrueType format for Windows 95 and Windows NT". --- Well, Bitstream no longer offers the font. It is still out there however. Try here, here, here, or here. Has these unicode ranges: Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Spacing Modifier Letters, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew Extended (A and B blocks combined), Thai, Latin Extended Additional, General Punctuation, Currency Symbols, Letterlike Symbols, Number Forms, Arrows, Mathematical Operators, Miscellaneous Technical, Box Drawing, Block Elements, Geometric Shapes, Miscellaneous Dingbats, Alphabetic Presentation Forms, Combining Diacritical Marks, Enclosed Alphanumerics, Arabic, Arabic Presentation Forms-A and -B, CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) Symbols and Punctuation, Hiragana, Katakana, Bopomofo, Hangul Compatibility Jamo, Enclosed CJK Letters and Months, CJK Compatibility, Hangul, CJK Unified Ideographs, CJK Compatibility Ideographs, CJK Compatibility Forms, Small Form Variants, and Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bon Chantawibul

Bon Chantawibul is a young graphic designer currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. Angelic (2011) is a hairline typeface inspired by the shapes of butterflies and angels. It was first created for Beauty Hall's 11th anniversary special magazine with Harper's Bazaar Thailand.

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Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of Diff (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Boonlert Wutikornkhanarak

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A rar file with 04b03b, 04b30, 6809chargen, Acidic, AfricanOrnamentsOne, Andover, BugBats, Connection-Regular, Cubicle, DecibelDingbats, Delusion, Dopil, Electrance, Electronics-Regular, EvilClown, Gizmo-Bold, Gizmo-Shade, Gizmo, HeartMatrixed, HuskyStash, InvisibleKiller, Ion, Kefka, KlingonBlade, Kovensky-Small, Lingonvecka, Matrix_vs_Miltown, Mephisto, Pixeldust-Bold, Pixeldust, PixeldustExpanded-Bold, PixeldustExpanded, Pogo, PolygonPower, Supernovafat, Superpointsquare, TouristTrapAOE, UltraworldBlack, Underground, Xcelsion, XcelsionItalic, Xenotron, Y2KBUG, ZX81, ZXSpectrum. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cadson Demak

Thai foundry in Bangkok (ex Cadson Demak pi), est. 2002. It originally published picture fonts designed by several designers including Anuthin Wongsunkakon, Supisa Wattanasansanee, and Pitipa Silapipat.

These included Pok Pong (2008, crazy animals---a great typeface), Planto (2008, plants), PawPack (2007, animals), POBox (2002), Gun Smith (2007, guns), Sun Burst (2007, kaleidoscopic), Arronts (2008, arrows), Cake Walk (2008, food dings), PalPack (2008), RetroTraveler (2008), Speak-Up (2008, text ropes), Road Show (2007, road sign outlines).

Fonts sold through T26 and MyFonts. Home page.

In 2009, Latin fonts were added, such as Option Sans (Anuthin Wongsunkakon: a reworking of his Coupe), Carbon Plus (Anuthin Wongsunkakon: a reworking of his Carbon of 2003 at T26), and Bangkokean (Anuthin Wongsunkakon) and Knight Sans (by Ekaluck Peanpanawate). Cadson Demak himself designed Bangkokean (2009, serif family), Carbon Plus (2009, rounded octagonal), Gun Smith (gun dingbats), Symbloc (dingbats), and Sun Burst (caleidoscope style dingbats) at T-26. In 2008, he created Robo (T-26, robot dingbats). In 2009 he made Bolder (a shadow face).

Due (2011) is a clean humanist sans family.

New Son Gothic No1 through No 7 (2012) is a widely spaced gothic sans family.

In 2015, Cadson Demak published the free Thai / Latin loopless Thai and Latin sans typeface family Kanit (2015, Google Fonts), the free sans family Dizhitl, the free Thai / Latin didone display typeface Chonburi (Google Fonts link; Github link), the free Thai / Latin typeface Sriracha (deverloped with Pablo Inpallari), and the free informal Latin / Thai script typeface Itim (Google Fonts link. Github link).

Typefaces from 2016 include Trirong (Google fonts), Taviraj (Google Fonts), Google Font Athiti (Thai and Latin: Github link), the Google Font Maitree, the sans typeface Mitr (Google Fonts), Prompt (Google Fonts), Pridi (Google Fonts, and the Google Font Pattaya (a Thai extension of pablo Impallari's Lobster: Github link).

Typefaces from 2018: Texpi Sans (Latin only), Srisakdi, Niramit, Mali (handcrafted), Krub (sans), KoHo (sans), Kodchasan (monoline rounded sans), K2D, Fahkwang (Peignotian, inspired by old Thai newspapers), Charmonman (inspired by Zapfino), Chakra Petch (octagonal), Bai Jamjuree.

Github link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cahya Sofyan
[Studio Sun (or: Sun Brand Co)]

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Center for Research in Computational Linguistics

At the CRCL in Bangkok, Doug Cooper offers useful pages on South-East Asian languages, including fonts for many formats. Includes the Alice font family of John Durdin and Ngakham Southichack (Lao), and several Thai (such as Dear Book Thai) and Burmese fonts (such as KannakaLex, ICMyanmar and AvaLetterKka). In addition, we find these Sanskrit fonts: Courier_CSX+-Bold, Courier_CSX+-Bold, Courier_CSX+-BoldItalic, Courier_CSX+-BoldItalic, Courier_CSX+-Italic, Courier_CSX+-Italic, Courier_CSX+, Courier_CSX+, Helvetica_CSX+-Bold, Helvetica_CSX+-Bold, Helvetica_CSX+-BoldItalic, Helvetica_CSX+-BoldItalic, Helvetica_CSX+-Italic, Helvetica_CSX+-Italic, Helvetica_CSX+, Helvetica_CSX+, NCS_CSX+-Bold, NCS_CSX+-Bold, NCS_CSX+-BoldItalic, NCS_CSX+-BoldItalic, NCS_CSX+-Italic, NCS_CSX+-Italic, NCS_CSX+, NCS_CSX+, Palatino_CSX+-Bold, Palatino_CSX+-Bold, Palatino_CSX+-BoldItalic, Palatino_CSX+-BoldItalic, Palatino_CSX+-Italic, Palatino_CSX+-Italic, Palatino_CSX+, Palatino_CSX+, Times_CSX+-Bold, Times_CSX+-BoldItalic, Times_CSX+-Italic, Times_CSX+-Roman, Times_CSX+-Roman, URWPalladioCSX+-B, URWPalladioCSX+-BI, URWPalladioCSX+-I, URWPalladioCSX+. [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]  ⦿

Chaipot Kongsawat

Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Chaipot MyMoon (2012) and CRU Chaipot Handwritten (2012).

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Chaiyasit Tangprakit

Bangkok-based designer of the pixel font Thai Silk (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chalothorn Choosom

During her studies in 2012, Khon Kaen, Thailand-based Chalothorn Choosom created an ornamental Latin typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Changchun Ye

Type designer. Finder is a multiscript typeface developed in 2020 at Black Foundry by Jérémie Hornus, Gaëtan Baehr, Changchun Ye and Zhang Miao. This neutral sans is intended for interface design, and covers Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hangul, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Simplified Chinese, Thai and Traditional Chinese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chantra Ngamrahong

Thai type designer located in Pattaya. Creator of Modkanfire (2009, stylish display face), the 10-style techno family Dee (2008), and the 3-style Dee Serif (2008). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Character codes and Input--Output method for the Thai language

Scanned paper by Dr. Thaweesak Koanantakool and Adshariya Agsorn-intara. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charlee Sathiraboot

Thai creator of the hand-printed Latin typefaces Charleeboots (2018), Charlees In A Hurry (2013), Charlee Doodles (2013), Charleesinluvv (2013), Lye Mue Look Kreung (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chatchanin Chanyeam

Associated with Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in Thailand, Chatchanin Chanyeam designed the free pen-drawn typeface CRU-Chatchanin (2009). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chatnarong Jingsuphatada

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Chayanon Ruamcharoen

Thai designer of Thai typefaces such as ZFAce001, ZFImRightSir?, ZFPixelus-Bold, ZFPixelus-BoldItalic, ZFPixelus-Italic, ZFPixelus, ZFTamponlinka, all made in 2005. They can be downloaded here. SM Pixxa (2005, pixel face) is here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cherdsak Chaiyaso

Bangkok-based designer of the experimental typeface Gothia (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chitchai Kuandachakupt

Ph D researcher at Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan. At Typography Day 2012 he speaks on Ariyaka, the early typeface leads modern industrialization of letterpress printing in Thailand. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chokun Choinw

Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of these free display typefaces in 2021: Jud, Wavy (cyberpunk), Default (sans), Stick, CH Bold (blocky caps), Engine, Rectangular, Cubes Smart. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chonticha Upalee

Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Chonticha Handwritten (2012).

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Chorong Kim

Graduate of ESAD Amiens (France), 2010-2012. Chorong's graduation typeface was the Latin-Thai alphabet called Phynong (2012). Speaker at ATypI 2018 in Antwerp, and at ATypI 2019 in Tokyo (on the topic of Hangul font design).

At Seoul, Korea-based Woohahan Brothers (Woowa Brothers Corp), he participated in the designs of these Hangul typefaces:

  • Kirang Haerang (2017: Bongjin Kim; Myungsoo Han; Namu Lee; Hyesun Chae; Soyoung Lee; Dokyung Lee; Chorong Kim; Juseong Park; Sang-a Kim)
  • Yeon Sung (2016: Bongjin Kim; Myungsoo Han; Jaehyun Keum; Jihee Min; Dokyung Lee; Chorong Kim; Jooyeon Kang; Sang-a Kim).
  • IBM Plex Sans KR (2019; by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Wujin Sim, Chorong Kim and Dohee Lee) is a free multilingual typeface at Google Fonts.
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Chun Chou R

Graphic designer at Dhurakij Pundit University in Bangkok. Creator of the Japanese picture font Basker Jap (2012). All design elements are taken from Baskerville Old Face.

In 2013, Chun created TK Zygote (2013), a transitional Latin / Thai serif font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chunnapa Atisuta

Udon Thani, Thailand-based designer of handcrafted typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chutikarn Damrongrak

Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the display typeface Sirivannavari (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

ClearlyU BDF font

Mark Leisher's creation: "ClearlyU is a set of BDF (bitmap) 12 point, 100 dpi fonts that provides glyphs that can be used for Unicode text. The font contains over 4000 glyphs, including numerous additional glyphs for alternate forms and ligatures. The ClearlyU typeface was originally inspired by Donald Knuth's Computer Modern typeface, but has been slowly evolving into something else." Supported are: Navajo, Armenian, Cyrillic, Georgian, Greek and Coptic, Hebrew, Lao, Thai. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Connary Fagen

Art director, designer and consultant who grew up in Colorado and is now based in Heber City (was: Park City and before that Salt Lake City), UT. He created the commercial Latin / Cyrillic geometric sans font family Venti CF in 2014---Venti can be purchased here. His second typeface is the geometric / techno typeface Filter CF (2014).

In 2015, he created Waverly (avant garde caps), Articulat CF (an 18-style Swiss sans typeface), Argent CF (a 13-style display serif family), Ironfield (bold husky brutalist display font), Visby CF (geometric sans), Visby Round CF, Quincy CF (a warm serif text face), and Manifold CF (a squarish cold utilitarian sans with 16 styles; extended to the corporate typeface Manifold DSA in 2017). See also Manifold Extended CF (2022; 16 styles).

Typefaces from 2016: Vanguard CF (a strong ultra-compressed sans in 16 styles), Addington CF (a 14-style text typeface family), Cartograph CF (monospaced sans), Greycliff CF (sans), Turismo CF (a wide rounfded open sans inspired by midcentury motorsports, technology, and business).

Typefaces from 2017: Gryffith (angular), Visby Slab CF, Filter v2 CF (hipster style), Couplet CF (humanist sans), Integral CF (an all caps titling font).

Typefaces from 2018: Argent Pixel (free), Artifex CF (a 9-weight serif family), Artifex Hand CF (a flared version of Artifex), Criteria CF (a geometric sans with horizontal and vertical terminal endings), Roxborough CF (a sharp-edged roman typeface).

Typefaces from 2019: Wayfinder CF (a sharp-edged display typeface).

Gumroad site, where one can download free trial versions of many of his fonts, and purchase licenses for the other ones.

Typefaces from 2020: Hexaframe CF, Olivette CF (a sharp-edged angular and contrast-rich typeface family), Ellograph CF (a rounded monoline sans in 16 styles).

Typefaces from 2021: Mielle CF (a monolinear script), Greycliff Thai CF, Greycliff Arabic CF, Greycliff Hebrew CF, Quiverleaf CF (ten flared / lapidary styles).

Typefaces from 2022: Quiverleaf Arabic CF.

Interview by MyFonts in 2021. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Courier Thai

Courier Monothai, Courier Proportional Thai, and EBCDIC Monothai. All free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CRU Jeelada

Orphaned free curly font, made in 2012, by a student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Thailand. He also made CRU Jeelada Handwriiten (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

D. Paul Alecsandri
[Every Witch Way]

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Thai font DsSupasawatt truetype font by Dusit Supasawat. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Darien Valentine

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DB Font
[Parinya Rojarayanond]

Thai type foundry that sells DB Erawan X, DB FontNam X, DB Narai X, DB PatPong X, DB Pradit X, DB Private X, DB Sathorn X, DB Surawong X, DB Template X, DB ThaiText X, DB Diet X, DB Jariyatham X, DB KaoSan X, DB Lim X, DB NamSmai X, DB SaiKrok X, DB Sharp X, DB Steel X, DB Stick X, DB ThongLor X, DB ToonHua X, DB Wittayu X, DB Adman X, DB Brandvoice X, DB ComYard X, DB GunEng X, DB HuadChai X, DB Matrix X, DB Panda X, DB Quanthong X, DB Ramintra X, DB YangDung X, DB Ettaro X, DB Green X, DB InWriting X, DB Object X, DB ObjectStroke X, DB Ozone X, DB Pomma X, DB PorPiang X, DB RajDumnern X, DB TaGua X, DB Urbanist X, DB Xtype X, and DB Soda.

DB Font was founded by Parinya Rojarayanond. DB refers to Dear Book Design, the first Thai digital type foundry, est. late 1980s. Rojarayanond's display typeface DB Santipap was recognized by TDC in 2005. He also developed DB King84 for the birthday celebration of HM Bhumibol Adulyadej. Parinya is the recipient of the Silapatorn Award. Facebook link for Parinya Rojarayanond. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DB Thai fonts

Another archive for the DB Thai fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DB Thai Text

Free Thai TrueType font on Glenn Slayden's Thai Language Pages. An American jazz player, Thai traveler and IT consultant, Glenn Slayden had superb pages on anything related to Thai. The pages disappeared after Glenn pleaded guilty to owning and attempting to make an LSD lab in Seattle, WA. Our thoughts are with you, Glenn. For my part, I will keep fighting to legalize all drugs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DCD (or: Dubai Civil Defence)

Medium-sized truetype font archive run by the Government of Dubai. It has Thai fonts by Unity Progress, Farsi fonts, fonts for Arabic, many Microsoft fonts, and a basic starter set of Monotype fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Kwanchai Akkaratammagul]

Deltatype is a type foundry based in Bangkok, a subsidiary of Craftsmanship. Typefaces made by Kwanchai Akkaratammagul:

  • Moldr and Moldr Thai (2017). Inspired by industrial machine molds.
  • Maiden Sans (2017, humanist sans).
  • Martian B (2016) and Martian B Thai.
  • Martini Thai Neue Slab (2016) and MartiniThai Neue Slab V2 (2019).
  • Moku Brush (2017, a structural brush script).
  • Morton (2017).
  • Mosse and Mosse Thai (2018).
  • Malte and Malte Thai, 2018. By Kwanchai Akkaratammagul and Phatcharaphat Chatthawatthanathon.
  • Mako (2019), a 36-style cyberfont inspired by blocky types, and blockbuster ads. By Kwanchai Akkaratammagul and Phatcharaphat Chatthawatthanathon.
  • Mero Thai and Mero (2020). Mero is a 9-style sans family by Kwanchai Akkaratammagul and Phatcharaphat Chatthawatthanathon.

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Designer who used FontStruct in 2008 to make Light Speed, Origamistic, and Th-Song Miti (Thai&Latin shadow pixel face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dhammadha Studio

Dhammadha Studio is based in Suratthani, Thailand. Designer of the Latin / Thai typefaces Samsem, Hinn, Waan, Cookies and Hook (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diabetes Australia Multilingual Fonts

Archive: -JS-Rapee (Thai), ER-Bukinist-1251 (Ukranian), Simsun (Chinese), NUTANU-Regular (Hindi), Times-New-Roman-Greek, VPS-Times (Vietnamese). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Sanz Salas

Peruvian creator (b. 1984, Arequipa, Peru) at FontStruct in 2009 of Sencilla (+Cuadrada, +Morena), a family that covers Latin, Cyrillic, Extended Latin, Hebrew, Greek, Armenian, Coptic, Arabic, Thai, and Devanagari. At FontStruct in 2008, he made mercury and mercury_bold. At Cocijotype, he created the artsy Incan stone wall-inspired Quincha (2009), which according to this site is the first commercial font made in Peru. It won an award in the experimental category at Tipos Latinos 2010.

Amarilis (2011) is an ornamental caps face, which can be bought here.

Chicha (2012) is a bouncy curvy layered set of typefaces published by Cocijotype. It is based upon Peruvian market signs.

Typefaces from 2018: Papaia (plumpish and curvy, with many dingbats). Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Papaia.

MyFonts link. Logo. Interview in March 2010. Behance link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the curly free fonts CRU-Dissaramas (2012) and CRU-Dissaramas Handwritten (2012).

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DQ Design

DQ Design (Chiang Mai, thailand) created the script typeface Thai Lanna (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dreamm Nicha

Graphic designer in Bangkok who created a fashionable outline typeface called Maerd in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DSE AdiRek

The Thai font DSE AdiRek by Dusit Supasawat (1998). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Dusit Supasawat]

DS-Font had original fonts by Dusit Supasawat from Bangkok, ca. 1999: DS-Archeology (demo), DS-Metropolis, DS-Terminal, DS-Orange, DS-Point. Has a Thai page as well, where you can get DS-Digital, DS-Digital-Bold, DS-Digital-Italic, DS-Digital-BoldItalic, DS-Metropolis, DS-Orange, DS-Orange-Bold, DS-Orange-Italic, DS-Orange-BoldItalic, DS-Point, DS-Terminal (IBM logo font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dusit Supasawat

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Thai font archive with DB Patpongas and DB PatpongExtendedas (1993, Dear Book Co., Ltd., JS Technology Co., Ltd), EucrosiaDSE (2000, 3 weights, by Dusit Supasawat), and EucrosiaUPC (by Unity Progress). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Educational Technology Division, Kasetsart University
[Satit Phumiruk]

Creators in 1998 of these free Thai fonts: 00SOS, 01SOS, 02SOS, 03SOS, 04SOS, 05SOS, 06SOS, 07SOS, 08SOS, 09SOS, 10SOS, 11SOS, 12SOS, 13SOS, 14SOS, 15SOS, 16SOS, 17SOS, 18SOS, 19SOS, 20SOS. The designer is Satit Phumiruk. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ekaluck Peanpanawate

Graduate of Bangkok University (with a BA) and Chulalongkorn University (with an MFA). Ekaluck Peanpanawate worked for various advertizing agencies and as an independent graphic designer in Thailand. He worked for Cadson Demak on some side projects before joining the type design team at Cadson Demak in 2006. Currently, he also teaches typography full time at Bangkok University.

Designer of the minimalist 8-style sans family Krart (2007, T-26) and the basic octagonal family Kridpages (2007, T-26). Knight Sans (2009, 3 styles) was done for Cadson Demak. Kondolar (2010-2016, 4 styles) is a Latin / Thai slab serif also published with Cadson Demak. It was extended and made slightly more geometric in 2019 in Kondolarge.

In 2012, he added the Kurry family, still at Cadson Demak.

In 2018, he published the Latin / Thai typefaces Charmonman (based on Zapfino) and Krub at Google Fonts / Cadson Demmak. Charmonman was commissioned by Prof. Srisakdi Charmonman as an add-on to the SIPA Thailand National fonts project.

In 2015, Ekaluck Peanpanawate and Tippawan Sumnavong set up TypeK (Type-K) in Bangkok, Thailand. Together, Ekaluck Peanpanawate and Tippawan Sumnavong designed Kommon Grotesk (2018), which comes in 96 styles ranging from extended to compressed.

In 2020, he released Khao Sans at TypeK. This 48-style rounded sans was inspired by Thai wood type used for headlines in Thai newspapers. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ekawit Lekviriyakul

Bangkok, Thailand-based creator (b. 1990) of the dingbat typeface Dingpartment Store (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eralp Gullep

Eralp Gullep designed PWThaiMonospacedEG. Windows TTF. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Euamrittee Jeerawatthanakaset

Bangkok-based designer (b. 1987) of Musiker (2009, a music note-themed face), and Leicht (2009, a monoline sans family). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Every Witch Way
[D. Paul Alecsandri]

D. Paul Alecsandri designed the runic fonts Futharc (2001), NewSymbolFont (2000) and Samaritan (2001). We also find the rather complete Unicode truetype font Roman-Unicode (2001), which cover all European, Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Cyrillic, Thai and Indic languages, and provide kana as well (but not kanji). All parts of unicode covered. See also here.

Samaritan (2001) deals with a pre-Samaritan or pre-Babylonian Hebrew.

Originally designed for linguistics, the free typeface Chrysanthi Unicode (2001) contains all Unicode Latin characters (including Basic Latin, Latin 1 Supplement, Latin Extended A&B, IPA, and Latin Extended Additional) as well as Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, and everal others.

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Fancy Graphic
[Keita Soejima]

Keita Soejima's fonts are sold through Font Pavilion: Squash, SPORTS WEAR, Portable, Cheese, Mog (2000), Plamoframe, Scooter E, Scooter J, Sportswear Sweat E, Sportswear Sweat J. Many fonts have katakana and romaji versions. Home page. Newest additions: Cartridge E, Edit E, Sponge E, Basic E, Portable E, Squash E. Mac fonts by Keita Soejima and Yo-Yo: two free Roman fonts (French Curve, Marking Marker), one Thai font (Taikana) and an experimental hiragana font (Koike) at this site run by Keita Soejima. Page at DEX Image. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Feifei Akkarathammakul

Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the monoline slab serif typeface Doublef (2016) for Latin and Thai. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ferran Milan Oliveras

Born in Barcelona in 1979, Ferran Milan studied graphic design at Massana School of Art in the same city, then relocated to the UK to study typeface design. In 2011 he graduated from the MA in Typeface Design at the University of Reading. Ferran worked at Andreu Balius Studio in Barcelona and at Dalton Maag in London before co-founding the Letterjuice type foundry with Pilar Cano.

He created the Latin / Arabic typeface Bubblegum (2011) during his studies there. Bubblegum is soft and rounded, but is remarkably well-suited for small text thanks the careful use of inktraps.

In 2012, he won the Bronze Prize in the Latin category of the Morisawa Type Design Competition for Baldufa. Baldufa was also crowned at TDC 2013. Award winner at The 2014 Horouf Type Design Competition. Its angular and stocky design makes it ideal for use in catalogs and magazines. In 2021, Ferran Milan and Pilar Cano released Baldufa Greek Ltn (Greek and Latin), Baldufa Greek, Baldufa Cyrillic Ltn, Baldufa Cyrillic and Baldufa Paneuropean.

In 2013, Pilar Cano and Ferran Milan co-designed the text typeface Quars, which was published at Letterjuice. It was influenced by Scotch Roman and classical Dutch typefaces. In addition, it offers a generous glyph set with many ligatures specially crafted for titling and ornaments based on anonymous metal types found in the drawers of an old printing workshop in a coast town near Barcelona.

Pilar Cano and Ferran Milan bundled their efforts once again in 2018 for the Latin / Thai typeface family Arlette (TypeTogether).

Codesigner with Pilar Cano in 2022 of Nawin Arabic, an informal Arabic typeface inspired by handwriting. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


Finder is a multiscript typeface developed in 2020 at Black Foundry by Jérémie Hornus, Gaëtan Baehr, Changchun Ye and Zhang Miao. This neutral sans is intended for interface design, and covers Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hangul, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Simplified Chinese, Thai and Traditional Chinese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fiona G.E. Ross

Dr. Fiona Ross, is a typographic consultant, typeface designer, lecturer and author, specializing in non-Latin scripts. Fiona holds a BA in German; a Postgraduate Diploma in Sanskrit and Pali; and a PhD in Indian Palaeography from SOAS (London University). From 1978 to 1989, Fiona Ross worked for the British arm of Linotype, Linotype Limited, where she was responsible for the design of their non-Latin fonts and typesetting schemes, notably those using Arabic and Indic scripts such as Devanagari. Since 1989 she has worked as a consultant, author, lecturer, and type designer. In 2003 Fiona joined the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication at the University of Reading, England as a part-time sessional lecturer on non-Latin type. Fiona Ross is the recipient of the 2014 SOTA Typography Award. In 2018, Fiona Ross received the TDC Medal.

The Adobe Thai typefaces were commissioned from Tiro Typeworks and collaboratively designed by Fiona Ross, John Hudson and Tim Holloway in 2004-2005 for use with Adobe Acrobat (production by Tiro Typeworks). Vodafone Hindi (2007, with Tim Holloway and John Hudson) won an award at TDC2 2008.

Co-designer with Robert Slimbach and Tim Holloway of Adobe Devanagari.

Between 1978 and 1982, Tim Holloway and Fiona Ross designed Linotype Bengali based on Ross's research for her doctoral studies in Indian palaeography. In 2020, Fiona Ross and Neelakash Kshetrimayum were commissioned by Monotype to update that popular typeface, still called Linotype Bengali.

In 2018, Borna Izadpanah, Fiona Ross and Florian Runge co-designed the free Google Font Markazi Text. They write: This typeface design was inspired by Tim Holloway's Markazi typeface, with his encouragement, and initiated by Gerry Leonidas as a joint University of Reading and Google project. The Arabic glyphs were designed by Borna Izadpanah and design directed by Fiona Ross, they feature a moderate contrast. It takes its cues from the award-winning Markazi typeface, affording a contemporary and highly readable typeface. The complementary Latin glyphs were designed by Florian Runge. It keeps in spirit with its Arabic counterpart, echoing key design characteristics while being rooted in established Latin traditions. It is an open and clear design with a compact stance and an evenly flowing rhythm. Four weights are advertized at Google, but only the Regular is available.

Bio at ATypI. Her books and/or essays:

  • The printed Bengali character and its evolution (1999, Curzon Press, Richmond, UK), reviewed by John Hudson.
  • Fiona's essay on Non-Latin Type Design at Linotype (2002).
  • Coauthor with Robert Banham of Non-Latin Typefaces at St Bride Library, London and Department of Typography&Graphic Communication, University of Reading (2008, London: St Bride Library).

Speaker at ATypI 2010 in Dublin and at ATypI 2018 in Antwerp. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


FiraGO (2012-2018) is an outgrowth of the open source Fira Sans typeface family by Carrois and Spiekermann. Script support has been considerably extended from Latin Extended, IPA, Pan African, Cyrillic Extended (+ locl BGR and SRB), and Polytonic Greek, already present in Firs Sans, to Arabic, Devanagari, Georgian, Hebrew, and Thai. Manual basic truetype hinting was done with Glyphs. Copyright of various parts of Firago: Carrois Corporate GbR, HERE Europe B.V., The Mozilla Foundation, Telefonica S.A., and bBox Type GmbH. Credits for the various additons and modifications:

  • Design FiraGO Arabic: Ralph du Carrois, Titus Nemeth and Hasan Abu Afash.
  • Design FiraGO Devanagari: Rob Keller, Kimya Gandhi and Natalie Rauch.
  • Design FiraGO Georgian: Akaki Razmadze and Anja Meiners.
  • Design FiraGO Hebrew: Natalie Rauch with consultancy support by Yanek Iontef.
  • Design FiraGO Thai: Mark Frömberg with consultancy support by Ben Mitchell.
  • Hinting: Monika Bartels and Anke Bonk at FontWerk (now Alphabet Type).
  • Scripts and technical support: Mark Frömberg.
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[Darien Valentine]

Free truetype fonts: Tai Le Valentinum (for the Tai Le script used in China, Burma and Laos), Valentine Arabic, the faux pixel font Sounds of Apathy, and the unicode faux pixel font Fixedsys Excelsior 2.0 (2007). The latter covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Armenian, Tamil, Hylian, N'Ko, Ethiopic, blackletter, Dehong Dai, Pahawh Hmong, Thaan, Arabic, Thai, Ogham, runic, and IPA. All fonts made by Darien Valentine in 2004. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fontana Studio

Creative art director in Bang khun Thien, Thailand. He made these handcrafted typefaces in 2021: Absolute, Amilia, August, Bigboy, Chaser, Decaf, Duck Step, Emillio, Fabriola, Free Lala Lulu, Freeman, Gotti, Hoffman, Hoola, Joaquin, Kade, Klamer, Lazy, Looper, Lucas (cutout), Oggi, Pamela, Play, Prestige, Raquel, Sweet Sunshine, Trimo, Vendy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Puey Ounjai]

Major Thai font outfit and font download site. It carries many Thai fonts, such as TX Kikku (by Puey Ounjai, aka Toxin), Nook Freehand (2005, a Thai/Latin typeface by Nook Nattaya), and NP Naipol All In One (2005, by Pol Udomwittayanukul, aka Naipol). Ounjai also made TX Love (2005), a Valentine's Day font, TX Timesquare (2006, handwriting), TX Jello (2006). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Obsolete page by Opas L. Angkanan. Emigre/Carson/DR inspired dingbats and fonts by Nirut Krusuansombat (designer of the dingbat fontv ar'vayawa). Plus some links. Temporarily under construction. New font Takatana. No downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Ben Mitchell]

Freelance graphic designer from Brighton, UK, b. 1976. He created the modular serif typeface Eternal (2007).

In 2010, he was working on the angular serif face Mixteca, which in turn evolved into Feld spar, a typeface with strong unbracketed serifs. Mint (2009-2010, in many weights) is a spiced-up Optima family. And Gecko (was Melia) is a typeface designed for small sizes.

Typefaces from 2011: Carnet (a take on Gill Sans and the British humanist sans in general), Sentosa (an elliptical sans family).

Typefaces from 2012: Lumen (a typeface developed at the University of Reading for Burmese, Thai and Latin).

Graduate of the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2012. His graduation typeface Lumen covers Latin, Burmese, and Thai.

Co-designer of the free Google Fonts typefaces IBM Plex Sans Thai (2019; by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell and Mark Frömberg) and IBM Plex Sans Thai Looped (2019; by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell and Mark Frömberg).

Flickr link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Commercial Thai fonts: Advert, Asadong, ChalalaiClassic, Chamnarn, Display, Irene, Paksin, Pojamarn, Siara, Text, Thaicommon, Akkhanee, Bundit, EmpireExtra, Imperial, ImperialExtra, Isara, Jarin, Majestic, Panpilas, Prathom, Samson, SamsonOutline, SamsonStar, TextMono, ChalindaCondensed, Kittithada, Malinee, Methinee, Mittrapab, Narissara, Olarn, Omyim, Passanun, Pattriya, Pimruedee, Script, SriSiam, ThaiAntique, Yaowaraj, Ayyara, AyyaraExtra, BaanarakBook, Baannarak, Butterfly, ChalalaiNew, Doungkamol, Freestyle, Jinda, Kampanath, Kanda, KandaExtra, KandaModern, KandaModernExtra, Kiatniyom, Natrinthorn, NatrinthornExtra, Pukkie, SamsonExtra, SamsonUltra, Similanya, SimilanyaExtra, Sirintr, SirintrExtra, Tamnanthai, Teenage, TeenageBook, Typewriter, TypewriterCarbon, TypewriterMono, TypewriterMonoCarbon. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Spanish language site for various non-Latin language fonts. A sampling: Afus Deg Wfus 2 (for Berber), AlKatib1 (2001, an Arabic typeface by Naseem Amjad), Albanian, Alice_0 (Lao typeface by by Ngakham Southichack), LAOMAY_5 CHAREUNSILP (Lao typeface by by Soupasith Bouahom), Arial AMU (1999, Armenian typeface by Ruben Tarumian), BaltFrutigerLight, BaltHelveticaMedium, BaltNewCenturySchoolbookMedium, BaltOptimaMedium, BaltTiffanyMedium, BaltUniversityMedium, CarloAtor (1997, Arabic family by Timm Erickson, Summer Institute of Linguistics), Caligraf-W, Ciula (1996, a Romanian typeface by Paul Hodor), Cursiv (Romanian), AnlongvillKhek, GabrialAtor (another Arab family by Timm Erickson), Gin, Greek (1993, by Peter J. Gentry&Andrew M. Fountain), HandSign (1993, Sam Wang), HFMassisShantNUnicode (1990-1994, an Armenian unicode typeface by BYTEC Computers and Massis Graphics), HONGKAD (1994, a family by Dr. Hongkad Souvannavong), IsmarBold, IsmarLight, Lakshmi, X000000A (1994, a lao typeface by Sith Bouahom), LAOMAY_2-CHAREUNSILP, Alice3Medium, Alice0Medium, Langagedessignes (1998, by Philippe and François Blondel), NorKirk (1997, a great Armenian typeface by Ruben Tarumian), NovaTempo (for Esperanto), Pazmaveb (for Armenian), ILPRumanianB100 (1996, by Charles J. Coker), Saysettha-Lao, Saysettha-LaoBold, SenzorgaAnhok, Timok, Tribuno, Turn-W, TimesUnicode, ArialAMU, PoliceTypeAPI (for Armenian), Cieszyn-Regular, PoojaNormal, Shibolet (1995, Hebrew), Shree-Ass-0552 (2000, by Modular InfoTech), Tudor-Semi-Lite, Webdunia, TimesNRCzech, TNRLiboriusVII (2001, a fully accented Times typeface by Libor Sztemon), GreatMoravia (2001 Libor Sztemon, Czechia), Johaansi-ye-Peyravi (2001, a full accent blackletter typeface by Libor Sztemon, Czechia), TimesNREuskaraEuransiEsperanto (2001, Libor Sztemon). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Sarawut Klabkasem]

Bangkholaem, Thailand-based designer of the stencil typefaces Berex (2020), Chavy (2020), Qugey (2020), Quora (2020), Agory (2020), Mova (2020), Avakan (2020), Urban (2020), Minimal (2020), Quater (2020), Ergosy (2020) and Havena (2020), the circle-based font Abadon (2020), and the modular typefaces Rough Rider (2020) and Botrio (2020). Earlier, he designed tens of other fonts, mostly of a techno or modular nature, including some color fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

George Williams

George Williams's site (now defunct) site was a discovery! George Williams (b. 1959) wrote spline-generating code and then went on to produce several fonts with his software between 1987 and 1998:

  • Art nouveau style: Carmen, Ambrosia (1989), Fantaisie Artistique, Baldur, Monopol, Parisian, Peignot, Bocklin, Edda.
  • Lombardic: Lombardic.
  • Victorian: Caprice, Ringlet.
  • Uncial: Uncial Animals, Roman Uncial Modern.
  • Ornamental caps: Versal, Decorative, Square Caps, Extravagant Capitals, Floral Caps, Morris, Andrade.
  • Display typefaces: Crystal, Flash, Cupola, Santa Barbara Streets (2013-2014; after the street signs in Santa Barbara, CA).
  • Blackletter: Rotunda (1998), Bastarda, Textura Modern, Fractur (a remake of Wittenbach).
  • Art deco: Piccadilly, Mirage (1999, prismatic).
  • Calligraphic: Humanistic.
  • Text: Caslon.
  • Slab: Monospace.
  • Sans: Caliban.
  • Bamboo Gothic (2007).
  • TIS620-2529 (a Thai font).

George Williams writes: I have been slowly working to provide free unicode postscript fonts for the three major groupings of styles used by European (Latin, Greek and Cyrillic anyway) type designs: serif, sans-serif and typewriter (or Times, Helvetica and Courier). Monospace is my approximation to Courier. Close examination will reveal that it is a bad copy of courier. Caslon Roman (1992-2001) is a serif font (designed by William Caslon in 1734), it's not a bad copy of Times, it's a bad copy of something else. Caliban is a bad copy of Helvetica. If Microsoft can call their version of Helvetica Arial, then Caliban seems appropriate for mine. Yet another URL.

George Williams is best known as the inventor and creator of FontForge, the biggest and best free font editor today. It made him the darling of the Open Software community. Interview with OSP.

Fontspace link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerber Fonts

Manchester, CT-based company that sells a font package, as well as a number of fonts for Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew and Thai. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gimmikk Ohm

During Gimmikk Ohm's graphic design studies at Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok,Thailand, he designed the ornamental caps typeface Templar (2013). It was inspired by the movie The Seventh Seal. [Google] [More]  ⦿

GNU Freefont (or: Free UCS Outline Fonts)
[Steve White]

The GNU Freefont is continuously being updated to become a large useful Unicode monster. GNU FreeFont is a free family of scalable outline fonts, suitable for general use on computers and for desktop publishing. It is Unicode-encoded for compatability with all modern operating systems. There are serif, Sans and Mono subfamilies. Also called the "Free UCS Outline Fonts", this project is part of the larger Free Software Foundation. The original head honcho was Primoz Peterlin, the coordinator at the Institute of Biophysics of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2008, Steve White (aka Stevan White) took over.

  • URW++ Design&Development GmbH. URW++ donated a set of 35 core PostScript Type 1 fonts to the Ghostscript project.
    • Basic Latin (U+0041-U+007A)
    • Latin-1 Supplement (U+00C0-U+00FF)
    • Latin Extended-A (U+0100-U+017F)
    • Spacing Modifier Letters (U+02B0-U+02FF)
    • Mathematical Operators (U+2200-U+22FF)
    • Block Elements (U+2580-U+259F)
    • Dingbats (U+2700-U+27BF)
  • Yannis Haralambous and John Plaice. Yannis Haralambous and John Plaice are the authors of Omega typesetting system, which is an extension of TeX. Its first release, aims primarily at improving TeX's multilingual abilities. In Omega all characters and pointers into data-structures are 16-bit wide, instead of 8-bit, thereby eliminating many of the trivial limitations of TeX. Omega also allows multiple input and output character sets, and uses programmable filters to translate from one encoding to another, to perform contextual analysis, etc. Internally, Omega uses the universal 16-bit Unicode standard character set, based on ISO-10646. These improvements not only make it a lot easier for TeX users to cope with multiple or complex languages, like Arabic, Indic, Khmer, Chinese, Japanese or Korean, in one document, but will also form the basis for future developments in other areas, such as native color support and hypertext features. ... Fonts for UT1 (omlgc family) and UT2 (omah family) are under development: these fonts are in PostScript format and visually close to Times and Helvetica font families.
    • Latin Extended-B (U+0180-U+024F)
    • IPA Extensions (U+0250-U+02AF)
    • Greek (U+0370-U+03FF)
    • Armenian (U+0530-U+058F)
    • Hebrew (U+0590-U+05FF)
    • Arabic (U+0600-U+06FF)
    • Currency Symbols (U+20A0-U+20CF)
    • Arabic Presentation Forms-A (U+FB50-U+FDFF)
    • Arabic Presentation Forms-B (U+FE70-U+FEFF)
  • Yannis Haralambous and Wellcome Institute. In 1994, The Wellcome Library The Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, England, commissioned Mr. Haralambous to produce a Sinhalese font for them. We have received 03/09 official notice from Robert Kiley, Head of e-Strategy for the Wellcome Library, that Yannis' font could be included in GNU FreeFont under its GNU license: Sinhala (U+0D80-U+0DFF).
  • Young U. Ryu at the University of Texas at Dallas is the author of Txfonts, a set of mathematical symbols designed to accompany text typeset in Times or its variants. In the documentation, Young adresses the design of mathematical symbols: "The Adobe Times fonts are thicker than the CM fonts. Designing math fonts for Times based on the rule thickness of Times =,, +, /, <, etc. would result in too thick math symbols, in my opinion. In the TX fonts, these glyphs are thinner than those of original Times fonts. That is, the rule thickness of these glyphs is around 85% of that of the Times fonts, but still thicker than that of the CM fonts." Ranges: Arrows (U+2190-U+21FF), Mathematical Symbols (U+2200-U+22FF).
  • Valek Filippov added Cyrillic glyphs and composite Latin Extended A to the whole set of the abovementioned URW set of 35 PostScript core fonts, Ranges: Latin Extended-A (U+0100-U+017F), Cyrillic (U+0400-U+04FF).
  • Wadalab Kanji Comittee. Between April 1990 and March 1992, Wadalab Kanji Comittee put together a series of scalable font files with Japanese scripts, in four forms: Sai Micho, Chu Mincho, Cho Kaku and Saimaru. The font files were written in custom file format, while tools for conversion into Metafont and PostScript Type 1 were also supplied. The Wadalab Kanji Comittee has later been dismissed, and the resulting files can be now found on the FTP server of the Depertment of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo: Hiragana (U+3040-U+309F), Katakana (U+30A0-U+30FF). Note that some time around 2009, the hiragana and katakana ranges were deleted.
  • Angelo Haritsis has compiled a set of Greek type 1 fonts. The glyphs from this source has been used to compose Greek glyphs in FreeSans and FreeMono. Greek (U+0370-U+03FF).
  • Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich. In 1999, Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich made a set of glyphs covering the Thai national standard Nf3, in both upright and slanted shape. Range: Thai (U+0E00-U+0E7F).
  • Shaheed Haque has developed a basic set of basic Bengali glyphs (without ligatures), using ISO10646 encoding. Range: Bengali (U+0980-U+09FF).
  • Sam Stepanyan created a set of Armenian sans serif glyphs visually compatible with Helvetica or Arial. Range: Armenian (U+0530-U+058F).
  • Mohamed Ishan has started a Thaana Unicode Project. Range: Thaana (U+0780-U+07BF).
  • Sushant Kumar Dash has created a font in his mother tongue, Oriya: Oriya (U+0B00-U+0B7F). But Freefont has dropped Oriya because of the absence of font features neccessary for display of text in Oriya.
  • Harsh Kumar has started BharatBhasha for these ranges:
    • Devanagari (U+0900-U+097F)
    • Bengali (U+0980-U+09FF)
    • Gurmukhi (U+0A00-U+0A7F)
    • Gujarati (U+0A80-U+0AFF)
  • Prasad A. Chodavarapu created Tikkana, a Telugu font family: Telugu (U+0C00-U+0C7F). It was originally included in GNU Freefont, but supoort for Telugu was later dropped altogether from the GNU Freefont project.
  • Frans Velthuis and Anshuman Pandey. In 1991, Frans Velthuis from the Groningen University, The Netherlands, released a Devanagari font as Metafont source, available under the terms of GNU GPL. Later, Anshuman Pandey from Washington University in Seattle, took over the maintenance of font. Fonts can be found on CTAN. This font was converted the font to Type 1 format using Peter Szabo's TeXtrace and removed some redundant control points with PfaEdit. Range: Devanagari (U+0900-U+097F).
  • Hardip Singh Pannu. In 1991, Hardip Singh Pannu has created a free Gurmukhi TrueType font, available as regular, bold, oblique and bold oblique form. Range: Gurmukhi (U+0A00-U+0A7F).
  • Jeroen Hellingman (The Netherlands) created a set of Malayalam metafonts in 1994, and a set of Oriya metafonts in 1996. Malayalam fonts were created as uniform stroke only, while Oriya metafonts exist in both uniform and modulated stroke. From private communication: "It is my intention to release the fonts under GPL, but not all copies around have this notice on them." Metafonts can be found here and here. Ranges: Oriya (U+0B00-U+0B7F), Malayalam (U+0D00-U+0D7F). Oriya was subsequently dropped from the Freefont project.
  • Thomas Ridgeway, then at the Humanities And Arts Computing Center, Washington University, Seattle, USA, (now defunct), created a Tamil metafont in 1990. Anshuman Pandey from the same university took over the maintenance of font. Fonts can be found at CTAN and cover Tamil (U+0B80-U+0BFF).
  • Berhanu Beyene, Prof. Dr. Manfred Kudlek, Olaf Kummer, and Jochen Metzinger from the Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science, University of Hamburg, prepared a set of Ethiopic metafonts. They also maintain the home page on the Ethiopic font project. Someone converted the fonts to Type 1 format using TeXtrace, and removed some redundant control points with PfaEdit. Range: Ethiopic (U+1200-U+137F).
  • Maxim Iorsh. In 2002, Maxim Iorsh started the Culmus project, aiming at providing Hebrew-speaking Linux and Unix community with a basic collection of Hebrew fonts for X Windows. The fonts are visually compatible with URW++ Century Schoolbook L, URW++ Nimbus Sans L and URW++ Nimbus Mono L families, respectively. Range: Hebrew (U+0590-U+05FF).
  • Vyacheslav Dikonov made a Braille unicode font that could be merged with the UCS fonts to fill the 2800-28FF range completely (uniform scaling is possible to adapt it to any cell size). He also contributed a free Syriac font, whose glyphs (about half of them) are borrowed from the free Carlo Ator font. Vyacheslav also filled in a few missing spots in the U+2000-U+27FF area, e.g., the box drawing section, sets of subscript and superscript digits and capital Roman numbers. Ranges: Syriac (U+0700-U+074A), Box Drawing (U+2500-U+257F), Braille (U+2800-U+28FF).
  • Panayotis Katsaloulis helped fixing Greek accents in the Greek Extended area: (U+1F00-U+1FFF).
  • M.S. Sridhar. M/S Cyberscape Multimedia Limited, Mumbai, developers of Akruti Software for Indian Languages (http://www.akruti.com/), have released a set of TTF fonts for nine Indian scripts (Devanagari, Gujarati, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Oriya, and Gurumukhi) under the GNU General Public License (GPL). You can download the fonts from the Free Software Foundation of India WWW site. Their original contributions to Freefont were
    • Devanagari (U+0900-U+097F)
    • Bengali (U+0980-U+09FF)
    • Gurmukhi (U+0A00-U+0A7F)
    • Gujarati (U+0A80-U+0AFF)
    • Oriya (U+0B00-U+0B7F)
    • Tamil (U+0B80-U+0BFF)
    • Telugu (U+0C00-U+0C7F)
    • Kannada (U+0C80-U+0CFF)
    • Malayalam (U+0D00-U+0D7F)
    Oriya, Kannada and Telugu were dropped from the GNU Freefont project.
  • DMS Electronics, The Sri Lanka Tipitaka Project, and Noah Levitt. Noah Levitt found out that the Sinhalese fonts available on the site metta.lk are released under GNU GPL. These glyphs were later replaced by those from the LKLUG font. Finally the range was completely replaced by glyphs from the sinh TeX font, with much help and advice from Harshula Jayasuriya. Range: Sinhala (U+0D80-U+0DFF).
  • Daniel Shurovich Chirkov. Dan Chirkov updated the FreeSerif font with the missing Cyrillic glyphs needed for conformance to Unicode 3.2. The effort is part of the Slavjanskij package for Mac OS X. range: Cyrillic (U+0400-U+04FF).
  • Abbas Izad. Responsible for Arabic (U+0600-U+06FF), Arabic Presentation Forms-A, (U+FB50-U+FDFF), Arabic Presentation Forms-B (U+FE70-U+FEFF).
  • Denis Jacquerye added new glyphs and corrected existing ones in the Latin Extended-B (U+0180-U+024F) and IPA Extensions (U+0250-U+02AF) ranges.
  • K.H. Hussain and R. Chitrajan. Rachana in Malayalam means to write, to create. Rachana Akshara Vedi, a team of socially committed information technology professionals and philologists, has applied developments in computer technology and desktop publishing to resurrect the Malayalam language from the disorder, fragmentation and degeneration it had suffered since the attempt to adapt the Malayalam script for using with a regular mechanical typewriter, which took place in 1967-69. K.H. Hussein at the Kerala Forest Research Institute has released "Rachana Normal" fonts with approximately 900 glyphs required to typeset traditional Malayalam. R. Chitrajan apparently encoded the glyphs in the OpenType table. In 2008, the Malayalam ranges in FreeSerif were updated under the advise and supervision of Hiran Venugopalan of Swathanthra Malayalam Computing, to reflect the revised edition Rachana_04. Range: Malayalam (U+0D00-U+0D7F).
  • Solaiman Karim filled in Bengali (U+0980-U+09FF). Solaiman Karim has developed several OpenType Bangla fonts and released them under GNU GPL.
  • Sonali Sonania and Monika Shah covered Devanagari (U+0900-U+097F) and Gujarati (U+0A80-U+0AFF). Glyphs were drawn by Cyberscape Multimedia Ltd., #101, Mahalakshmi Mansion 21st Main 22nd "A" Cross Banashankari 2nd stage Banglore 560070, India. Converted to OTF by IndicTrans Team, Powai, Mumbai, lead by Prof. Jitendra Shah. Maintained by Monika Shah and Sonali Sonania of janabhaaratii Team, C-DAC, Mumbai. This font is released under GPL by Dr. Alka Irani and Prof Jitendra Shah, janabhaaratii Team, C-DAC, Mumabi. janabhaaratii is localisation project at C-DAC Mumbai (formerly National Centre for Software Technology); funded by TDIL, Govt. of India.
  • Pravin Satpute, Bageshri Salvi, Rahul Bhalerao and Sandeep Shedmake added these Indic language cranges:
    • Devanagari (U+0900-U+097F)
    • Gujarati (U+0A80-U+0AFF)
    • Oriya (U+0B00-U+0B7F)
    • Malayalam (U+0D00-U+0D7F)
    • Tamil (U+0B80-U+0BFF)
    In December 2005 the team at www.gnowledge.org released a set of two Unicode pan-Indic fonts: "Samyak" and "Samyak Sans". "Samyak" font belongs to serif style and is an original work of the team; "Samyak Sans" font belongs to sans serif style and is actually a compilation of already released Indic fonts (Gargi, Padma, Mukti, Utkal, Akruti and ThendralUni). Both fonts are based on Unicode standard. You can download the font files separately. Note that Oriya was dropped from the Freefont project.
  • Kulbir Singh Thind added Gurmukhi (U+0A00-U+0A7F). Dr. Kulbir Singh Thind designed a set of Gurmukhi Unicode fonts, AnmolUni and AnmolUni-Bold, which are available under the terms of GNU license from the Punjabu Computing Resource Center.
  • Gia Shervashidze added Georgian (U+10A0-U+10FF). Starting in mid-1990s, Gia Shervashidze designed many Unicode-compliant Georgian fonts: Times New Roman Georgian, Arial Georgian, Courier New Georgian.
  • Daniel Johnson. Created by hand a Cherokee range specially for FreeFont to be "in line with the classic Cherokee typefaces used in 19th century printing", but also to fit well with ranges previously in FreeFont. Then he made Unified Canadian Syllabics in Sans, and a Cherokee and Kayah Li in Mono! And never to be outdone by himself, then did UCAS Extended and Osmanya.... What next?
    • Armenian (serif) (U+0530-U+058F)
    • Cherokee (U+13A0-U+13FF)
    • Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics (U+1400-U+167F)
    • UCAS Extended (U+18B0-U+18F5)
    • Kayah Li (U+A900-U+A92F)
    • Tifinagh (U+2D30-U+2D7F)
    • Vai (U+A500-U+A62B)
    • Latin Extended-D (Mayanist letters) (U+A720-U+A7FF)
    • Osmanya (U+10480-U+104a7)
  • George Douros, the creator of several fonts focusing on ancient scripts and symbols. Many of the glyphs are created by making outlines from scanned images of ancient sources.
    • Aegean: Phoenecian (U+10900-U+1091F).
    • Analecta: Gothic (U+10330-U+1034F)
    • Musical: Byzantine (U+1D000-U+1D0FF)&Western (U+1D100-U+1D1DF)
    • Unicode: many miscellaneous symbols, miscellaneous technical, supplemental symbols, and mathematical alphanumeric symbols (U+1D400-U+1D7FF), Mah Jong (U+1F000-U+1F02B), and the outline of the domino (U+1F030-U+1F093).
  • Steve White filled in a lot of missing characters, got some font features working, left fingerprints almost everywhere, and is responsible for these blocks: Glagolitic (U+2C00-U+2C5F), Coptic (U+2C80-U+2CFF).
  • Pavel Skrylev is responsible for Cyrillic Extended-A (U+2DEO-U+2DFF) as well as many of the additions to Cyrillic Extended-B (U+A640-U+A65F).
  • Mark Williamson made the MPH 2 Damase font, from which these ranges were taken:
    • Hanunóo (U+1720-U+173F)
    • Buginese (U+1A00-U+1A1F)
    • Tai Le (U+1950-U+197F)
    • Ugaritic (U+10380-U+1039F)
    • Old Persian (U+103A0-U+103DF)
  • Primoz Peterlin filled in missing glyphs here and there (e.g., Latin Extended-B and IPA Extensions ranges in the FreeMono family), and created the following UCS blocks:
    • Latin Extended-B (U+0180-U+024F)
    • IPA Extensions (U+0250-U+02AF)
    • Arrows (U+2190-U+21FF)
    • Box Drawing (U+2500-U+257F)
    • Block Elements (U+2580-U+259F)
    • Geometrical Shapes (U+25A0-U+25FF)
  • Jacob Poon submitted a very thorough survey of glyph problems and other suggestions.
  • Alexey Kryukov made the TemporaLCGUni fonts, based on the URW++ fonts, from which at one point FreeSerif Cyrillic, and some of the Greek, was drawn. He also provided valuable direction about Cyrillic and Greek typesetting.
  • The Sinhala font project has taken the glyphs from Yannis Haralambous' Sinhala font, to produce a Unicode TrueType font, LKLUG. These glyphs were for a while included in FreeFont: Sinhala (U+0D80-U+0DFF).

    Fontspace link. Crosswire link for Free Monospaced, Free Serif and Free Sans. Download link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

  • gnu.org

    Chinese truetype fonts. And 20 MB worth of international bitmap fonts. The fonts at the latter link contain PCF and BDF sources, and some truetype and type 1 fonts. Among the bitmap (BDF) fonts: ISO8859 series 1 through 9 (Latin, Greek, Cyrillic), KOI8 (Cyrillic), Indic, Lao, Tibetan, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Ethiopic, Arabic, IPA, Hebrew. Truetype: Latin-X fonts, Vietnamese (VISCII roman). Type 1: Latin-X fonts, Vietnamese (VISCII roman), Thai (TIS620), Thai National Font. The readme goes: "We greatly appreciate the contribution of Yannis Haralambous and Tereza Tranaka. They made free TrueType and Type1 fonts for Latin-X series, Thai, and Vietnamese. They will eventually make fonts for more character sets." The fonts are called OmegaSerif, and were made in 1999. Also included is the Thai National font Nf3, made by Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich in 1999. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Gracie Vee

    Bangkok-based and American-born designer of the free experimental architectural grid fonts Remarkable (2012) and Remark (2012). In 2013, she made the ultra-condensed ID typeface.

    Dafont link. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Granshan Conference 2013

    International conference on non-Latin typefaces held in Bangkok, July 24-28, 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Markus Remscheid]

    Graphic and web design company in Frankfurt. Fonts to their credit: LT Mhai Thaipe (1997, Thai simulation script by Markus Remscheid, Linotype), LT Russisch Brot (1997, Linotype, a grunge typeface by Helmut Ness and Markus Remscheid), H2D2 Flame (OCR-A face, commercial), H2D2 Pochi (commercial headline face), H2D2 Lefthand (2006, children's handwriting, free). Special designs include a stencil font based on the license plates in Tobago, Alevita (based on Helvetica), H2D2TEXT-8PT (pixel face), Bizz Screen 10pt (pixel face), Audioplast (for a music label by that name), Norma (a futuristic typeface for V2). Offices in Frankfurt and San Francisco. I suspect that the type designer is Markus Remscheid. Dafont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Hanna Donker

    Dutch freelance graphic designer who works as font designer at Dalton Maag in London since 2012. Behance link. Graduate of the University of Reading in 2011. Her graduation typeface, Foxhill (2011), was designed for small sizes. It has Greek and Latin styles and has the angularity necessary for agate typefaces. Foxhill won Third Prize in the Greek text typeface category at Granshan 2011. She wrote a dissertation about Dutch typeface designer Sjoerd Hendrik de Roos.

    Dalton Maag, Tom Foley, Mary Faber, Stuart Brown and Hanna Donker won a Granshan 2014 award for Intel Clear Cyrillic. Dalton Maag's Hanna Donker and Spike Spondike won an award at Granshan 2016 for Intel Clear Thai.

    Typecache link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Hason Nio

    Pattani, Thailand-based designer of the ball terminal typeface Hasonio (2017) for Thai. Unclear whether his/her name is Hasun Taleh or Hason Nio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Hidetaka Yamasaki

    Graduate of Kyoto University and the the University of Reading's MATD program. Hidetaka Yamasaki (Japan) designed several typefaces:

    • Clare. A clean and clear typeface ideal for journals, such as newspapers and magazines. It covers Latin and Thai.
    • Carl Marx. A geometric but warm rounded typeface based on a sketch drawn by a German painter who studied at Bauhaus, Carl Marx (1911-1991). It was published in 2018 in the Adobe Originals collection. Adobe writes: This typeface is based on lettering by Carl Marx (1911-1991), designed during his first semester at the Bauhaus in Joost Schmidt?s class, in 1932. Although the letter proportions are based on Schmidt's teachings, the forms are not constructed from compass and ruler, but drawn with brush and marker, lending the words a warm and lively touch. Hidetaka Yamasaki redrew the letters from scratch and added all missing characters for today's needs. A set of hanging figures, alternates for some critical letterforms (such as f, r, and t) as well as several ligatures make CarlMarx especially suitable for use in body text. As suggested by Marx, Yamasaki captured two weights from the original drawing and perfectly adjusted light and bold to highlight words and create hierarchy in headlines without losing or adding space. True to the original, Yamasaki captured the wobbly contour in CarlMarx, preserving warmth in the condensed geometric style of the early 1930s.
    • Sandberg Grotesque. A quirky typeface based on a black face used in Willem Sandberg's catalogues in 1950s; outstanding feature of tapering serves for display use, but will disappear in small size to turn out a useful text typeface.
    • Stylus. A simple, slightly lively text typeface for matching Latin with Arabic in small size.
    • Rudolph. A typeface for greeting cards and picture books, a three-day project as the first assignment of the MATD.
    • Luke (2019, The Northern Block). In the style of Caslon's English Blackletter (a textura), and named after the Caslon family tomb in the churchyard of St Luke Old Street in London.
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    A corporate URW studio sans family published in 2009. The 6-font family sells for over 5000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai designer of Thai typefaces such as 2005_iannnnnAMD, 2005_iannnnnBMX, 2005_iannnnnCPU, 2005_iannnnnDVD, 2005_iannnnnGMO, 2005_iannnnnHBO, 2005_iannnnnITV, 2005_iannnnnJPG, 2005_iannnnnSME, 2005_iannnnnTKO, 2005_iannnnnUBC. Some typefaces are also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    IBM Plex
    [Mike Abbink]

    A large free font family created by Mike Abbink and Bold Monday (Paul van der Laan and Pieter van Rosmalen) for IBM's new corporate identity in 2017. It includes the IBM Plex Sans, IBM Plex Serif, IBM Plex Sans Variable, and IBM Plex Mono subfamilies. Aneliza (2018) is a fork that has a single storey g in the italics.

    A later modification / fork is Perplexed by Peter Hull in 2018.

    Github link. IBM link. Direct download at Github. CTAN link. Local download. IBM Plex Mono at Google Fonts. IBM Plex Sans at Google Fonts. IBM Plex Sans Condensed at Google Fonts. IBM Plex Serif at Google Fonts. CTAN link for TeX support.

    IBM Plex won an award at TDC Typeface Design 2018.

    In 2021, Google Fonts added various multilingual versions of IBM PLex: IBM Plex Sans Devanagari (by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Erin McLaughlin), IBM Plex Sans Arabic (by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Wael Morcos, Khajak Apelian), IBM Plex Sans Hebrew (by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Yanek Iontef), IBM Plex Sans KR (by Mike Abbink; Paul van der Laan; Pieter van Rosmalen; Wujin Sim; Chorong Kim; Dohee Lee), IBM Plex Sans Thai (by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell, Mark Frömberg), IBM Plex Sans Thai Looped (by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell, Mark Frömberg).

    Google Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ice Juice

    Archive of the Thai fonts DSEArKorn and DSESukSaWat, both made in 1998 by Dusit Supasawat. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    IDEST Design

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the rounded sans typeface Identity (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ilham Prasetya

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    Studio in Sing Buri, Thailand, which published the electric simulation font Partric in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    J. Victor Gaultney

    Type designer (b. Minneapolis, MN, 1962) at SIL International, UK since 1991, and an ex-M.A. student in type design at the University of Reading. He has worked on non-Latin typefaces, as well as his own extended Latin design, Gentium (2002). [Download from places such as OFL and FreeBSD]. Gentium Plus supports a wide range of Latin, Greek and Cyrillic characters. It was developed between 2003 and 2014 by J. Victor Gaultney (main designer), Annie Olsen, Iska Routamaa, an Becca Hirsbrunner.

    Papers by him include Multitudinous Alphabets: The design of extended Latin typefaces (2001), The influence of pen-based letterforms on Devanagari typefaces (2001), Balancing Typeface Legibility and Economy, Gentium---A Typeface for The Nations, Problems of Diacritic Design, and "Problems of diacritic design for Latin script text typefaces" (2002). The last one is a must-read.

    Projects in which he is the main or only designer include SIL Dai Banna Fonts, SIL Tai Dam Fonts, SIL Greek Font System, SIL IPA Fonts, and SIL Encore Fonts. At ATypI 2004 in Prague, he spoke about the technical problems with East European type. In 2008, he published Gentium Basic and Gentium Book Basic, each in four weights, but essentially limited to Latin, and added them to the Google Font Directory link.

    At ATypI 2010 in Dublin, he spoke about sculptural letterer Arnold Flaten (1900-1976). Speaker at ATypI 2011 in Reykjavik. Speaker at ATypI 2013 in Amsterdam: Open and collaborative font design in a web fonts world. Speaker at ATypI 2017 Montreal.

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

    Jackkrit Anantakul

    Bangkok-based graphic designer (b. 1979) who founded Design Reform Council in 2005, and is senior designer at YWFT. He made Fetti (2009), a type experiment in 3d based on polyhedra. Spikes (2009) is a modern, wild and abstract handset. Buffer (2010) is a highly contrasted slab display face. YWFT Soaka (2010) is more grungy, but remains slabby. YWFT Gavin (2010) began as a hand-drawn exploration of George Bruce's Seven-Line Pica. YWFT Wonderland (2011) is a smorgasbord of various hand-drawn styles. Pello (2011) is an arts and crafts typeface with Mexican influences.

    Typefaces from 2013: YWFT Swell (a rounded vector EPS font), YWFT Riet (Bauhaus or architectural style letters in vector format, You Work For Them).

    Home page. You Work For Them link. Behance link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Associated with Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in Thailand, Janon designed the free pen-drawn typefaces CRU-Janonkas (2009) and CRU-Janon (2009). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jariya Tarashusong

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Jariya (2012) and CRU Jariya Handwritten (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jatuporn Phummai

    Bangkok-based designer of the Latin/Thai typefaces WL Greynade (2013) and WL Kwang Song (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Java archive

    Archive at a mysterious site: CourierThai, CourierThai-Bold, CourierThai-Bold-Italic, CourierThai-Italic, Lucida-Bright-Demibold, Lucida-Bright-Demibold-Italic, Lucida-Bright-Italic, Lucida-Bright-Regular, Lucida-Sans-Demibold, Lucida-Sans-Demibold-Oblique, Lucida-Sans-Oblique, Lucida-Sans-Typewriter-Regular, Lucida-Sans-Typewriter-Bold, Lucida-Sans-Typewriter-Bold-Oblique, Lucida-Sans-Typewriter-Oblique, Lucida-Sans-Regular, Monotype-Sans-Duospace-WT-J, Thonburi, Thonburi-Bold, Thonburi-Bold-Italic, Thonburi-Italic, Times-New-Roman-WT-J. These are mostly for Thai, but the Monotype-Sans and Times-Roman fonts are substantial 30-megabyte monsters that cover most of the world's scripts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jeff Mcneill

    Jeff Mcneill is based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. His Github page features the open source geometrical and humanist sans serif typeface family Beteckna (2007-2021), which is co-designed by Johan Mattsson (Sweden), Gurkan Sengun (Switzerland), Alexander Fell (Germany) and Jeff Mcneill. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Anupap Jaichumnan]

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer (b. 1996) of the free Latin / Thai italic text typeface ADC Somros (2017). In 2019, he designed the sans typefaces Ananatason, Boriboon, Serithai and Jipatha (for Latin and Thai), the variable typeface Adirek, the elliptical sans Petchlamoon, the techno typeface Pattanakarn, the rounded sans typefaces Opun Mai, Longdoosi and Monkhang, the slab serif Kulachat and its companion Kulachat Serif, the squarish typefaces Gamlangdee and Honor, the contrast-rich text typeface Priyati (for Latin and Thai), and the roundish typeface Thanmon, the informal typeface Laedoomai and the chancery script Chanceri.

    Typefacesfrom 2020: Asangha (90 styles), Luktao (rounded and elliptical, for Latin and Thai). Uturna Round, Banburi (a creamy display typeface), Namasakarn (a soft serif), Monradok (a rounded sans for Latin and Thai), Dumondi (a rounded casual sans), Prachason (a Latin/Thai sans family), Prachamati.

    Typefaces from 2021: Dimsum (oriental emulation), Prachason Neue, Athachantr (a Latin/Thai didone family), Kitchakan (a condensed sans), Mommi (a soft bold sans), Yodnam (a teardrop-themed font), Cakerolli, Jella (a supermarket font), Biski (a rounded supermarket sans).

    Typefaces from 2022: Anachak (an 18-style squarish sans), Santiphap (a slab serif), Jaturat (octagonal), Pcast (an 18-style squarish sans), Opkrop (an 18-style packaging sans), Phongphrai. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Jirayu L

    Jirayu L (Bangkok) designed the round Bakery Typeface (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jj Moy

    John Moy Jr, or Jj, is a graphic and industrial designer based in San Francisco. Behance link. Creator of La, a monospace sans serif typeface for Latin and Thai. Winner of TFACE: Thai Typeface Competition 2011. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    John M. Fiscella
    [Production First Software]

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    JS Technology
    [Panutat Tejasen]

    Thai foundry which made XDB-Surawong and JS-Rapee (1993). The latter font can be found here. Other fonts, made ca. 2002: JS75Pumpuang, JSAmphan-Italic, JSAngsumalin, JSArisa-Italic, JSArisa, JSBoaboon, JSChaimongkol, JSChalit, JSChanok-Normal, JSCharnchai-Normal, JSChawlewhieng, JSChodok-Bold, JSChulee, JSChusri-Normal, JSDuangta, JSGiat-Bold, JSHariphan, JSJetarin-Italic, JSJindara-Bold, JSJindara-BoldItalic, JSJindara-Italic, JSJindara-Normal, JSJukaphan-Italic, JSJukaphan, JSJunkaew-Italic, JSJunkaew, JSKarabow, JSKoboriAllcaps-Bold, JSKorakhot-Normal, JSL-Ancient, JSL-AncientItalic, JSL-Blackletter, JSL-TenctonRound, JSLBlackletterAntique, JSLaongdao-Bold, JSLikhit-Normal, JSMacha-Normal, JSMookravee-Normal, JSNeeno-Normal, JSNinjaAllcaps-Bold, JSNoklae-Normal, JSObsaward-Italic, JSObsaward-Normal, JSOobboon-Normal, JSPadachamai-Normal, JSPisit-Italic, JSPisit-Normal, JSPitsamai-Italic, JSPitsanu, JSPrajuk-Italic, JSPranee-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Normal, JSPrasoplarp-Italic, JSPuchong-Normal, JSPudgrong-Normal, JSPumpuang-Normal, JSPuriphop-Normal, JSRapee-Bold, JSRapee-BoldItalic, JSRapee-Italic, JSRapee-Normal, JSSadayu-Bold, JSSadayu-BoldItalic, JSSadayuAllcaps, JSSaksit-Bold, JSSaksit-BoldItalic, JSSaksit-Italic, JSSaksit-Normal, JSSamurai-Normal, JSSangravee-Normal, JSSaowapark-Italic, JSSaowapark-Normal, JSSarunya-Normal, JSSetha-Normal, JSSunsanee-Italic, JSSunsanee-Normal, JSSynjai-Italic, JSSynjai-Normal, JSThanaporn-Normal, JSTina-Normal, JSToomtam-Normal, JSWanida-Italic, JSWannaree-Italic, JSWannareeas-2, JSWannareeasItalic, JSWansika-Italic, JSYodthida-Italic, JSYodthida. All fonts are copyright of Panutat Tejasen, Seveng Tantiraphan and Pongsathorn Sraouthai and are free under the GNU Public License. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    JS Technology

    Thai fonts by this outfit include XJS_Chaimongkol, XJS_Tina and XJS_Toomtam, all made ca. 1993. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Juburu Tichakorn

    During his studies in Bangkok, Juburu Tichakorn designed the children's font Insect (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jules Hénaffe

    In 1675, Colbert invites the Acadé'mie des Sciences to make a grand study of all machines used in the arts. In 1696, l'abbé Jaugeon obliges with a study entitled "Etude des Arts de construire les caractères, de graver les poinçons de lettres, d'imprimer les lettres". From 1692 on, Jaugeon created a mathematical/geometric theory of letters, all inscribed in a 48 by 48 grid (for upper case) or a 16 by 48 grid (lower case). This gridding was to lead to the type style associated with Louis XIV, the Grandjean. Fast forward 200 years to Arthur Christian, director of the Imprimerie Nationale from 1895 until 1906, who wanted to prove that Jaugeon's ideas were also esthetically justified by asking Hénaffe (official punchcutter of the Imprimerie, b. Paris 1857, d. Paris 1921) to precisely reproduce Jaugeon's designs (which he did in 1904). The resulting typeface is called Jaugeon or Hénaffe. This page describes more of his work for the Imprimerie Nationale, such as a Telugu set of punches (1901), a Coptic set (called "memphitique"), a Palmyrian set (1899), a Thai set (1903), and a "gothique Christian" type (1902). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Jurairat Pattararakkul

    Aka Jane Jurairat. During her studies in Bangkok, Jurairat Pattararakkul designed the didone style Thai typeface DokSiDa (2016) and the Thai sans typeface JongKol (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Creator of Funky Chunky (2009). We read: This font used : NP NaipolTemplate : Version 3.000 Special Thanks : B513DS!GN : Ekaluck Peanpanawate Staff : Chayanon Ruamcharoen Jesadavut Saengsawang Pol Udomwittayanukul Prachya Singhto Sampan Sittiwantana And All members at www.f0nt.com. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kamonjit Lerdsittikul

    In 2017, Thai type designers Chatnarong Jingsuphatada and Kamonjit Lerdsittikul created Vild Scapes (Typesketchbook), a handcrafted typeface family with three substyles---Brush (big paint brush style), Script (small paint brush style), and Marker (brush tip maker style). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Kanda (2012) and CRU Kanda Handwritten (2012, a curly face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kanda Euatham

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    Kanda Euatham

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    Kanlayanamit Noraratphutthi

    Thai type designer. In 2018, he developed the Thai / Latin typeface Charm and writes: Hard press handwriting with a controlled stroke writing style. Arluck is a term describing a long time practice to create a consistent handwriting. Charm is using the Arluck methodology to execute the design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kantima Angkasing

    Associated with Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in Thailand, Kantima designed the free pen-drawn typefaces CRU-Kantima (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Katatrad (was: Behaviour)

    The idea of Katatrad originally comes from the vision and support of Cadson Demak design team. Started out by a type design exhibition project and transformed itself to a boutique font collection. Katatrad, which is located in Bangkok, offers fonts from new and up coming designers from Thailand. The collection is also available in standard Latin set and Latin&Thai version of the same font. Stawix Ruecha (Katatrad) designed the super-contrasted didone family Xree (2011) and the rounded octagonal family Nubb (2012). They cover Thai and Latin. Katatrad was previously known as Behaviour, est. 1996. In 2006, Katatrad published Fiber Eno, a cross between OCRA and OCRB. In 2005, they did OCR-Be. In fact, many of their typefaces have octagonal roots. Katatrad published Beauty in 2011. Pharmasee (2011) has medical dingbats.

    In 2012, Stawix was established in Bangkok.

    In 2015, the Katatrad team and Cadson Demak (and especially Thanarat Vachiruckul) published the free loopless Thai / Latin typeface Prompt. It won an award at Granshan 2016.

    In 2018, they designed Niramit (Google Fonts, Cadson Demak).

    In 2019, Katatrad developed the free version Readiness of their geometric sans typeface family Prompt.

    Images of their best-selling typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Kawisara Vacharaprucks
    [Kawisara Vacharaprucks]

    Wundertype is a foundry set up in Bangkok in 2020 by Kawisara Vacharaprucks, a Thai type designer who published at Stawix Type foundry before 2020. His first typeface at Stawix was Rit Graph (2014), which emulates the writing by engineers and architects on technical drawings. His second typeface, with Stawix Ruecha, was the beautiful Frygia (2015, a rounded industrial sans in 20 styles, from Hairline to Heavy).

    In 2017, he designed the fun 3-style rounded sans typeface Merlod at Stawix.

    Typefaces from 2018: Yotin, Infoma (a techno sans done with Stawix Ruecha), Kinn (an industrial sans).

    In 2020, Wundertype published the 18-style geometric slab serif Chom, designed by Stawix Ruecha. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Kawisara Vacharaprucks
    [Kawisara Vacharaprucks]

    [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Keita Soejima
    [Fancy Graphic]

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    Khosana Fonts Page

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


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Kiettipoom (2012, tattoo font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kim Tuyet Vi

    Berlin-based designer of the Thai-inspired Latin typeface Lhai (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kitiyaporn Chalermlarp

    Thai type designer who created the rounded sans typeface Freshy in 2018. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Kittavit Charusombat

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Kittavit Charusombat (2012), a fat rounded monoline face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kitti Sirirattanabunchai

    Thai type designer. In 2018, Kitti developed the Thai / Latin typeface Fah Kwang, a Peignotian typeface that was influenced by old Thai newspapers. It was co-designed by Niwat Phattharowat and published by Google Fonts and Cadson Demak. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kittiphat Sukamolson
    [Star Plus Multiply]

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    Knaz Uiyamathiti

    Knaz Uiyamathiti is currently an international corresponder and a senior type designer at Cadson Demak in Bangkok, Thailand. His responsibility has been involved with a number of Thai custom fonts in association with notable branding projects. he designed a typeface for the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Knaz is also the designer behind Graphik Thai Condensed for Commercial Type. His typefaces have also been recognized by the Granshan typeface design competition in 2016 and 2017: he won an award at Granshan 2016 for the Thai typeface Danivek, and at Granshan 2017 for Tatsana Chon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Krissada Wongse-Araya

    Designer of the Latin / Thai typeface ZT Reab (2018, Ziam Type). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Krittapob Kaewprom

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the Thai typefaces Beeb (2017) and Pad (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    A bold Apple computer font for Latin and Thai, 1992-2003. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kun Rim

    Yala, Thailand-based designer of Cute (2018: a colorful Latin display typeface) and several Thai typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kunasarn Tachalert

    Bangkok-based Kunasarn Tachalert designed the inline typeface Britomart in 2015 during his studies at Yoobee School of Design in Auckland, New Zealand. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Ilham Prasetya]

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the script typefaces Olivient (2019) and Archestry (2019: monoline), the signature script Amillia Signature (2019) and the dry brush font Montrouge (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Kwanchai Akkaratammagul

    Designer who published the slab serif typeface Martini (2014), the Latin / Thai slab serif typeface Midnight (2011) and the web icon typeface Web Pi (2012) at the Thai foundry Katatrad.

    In 2016, Kwanchai designed Martian B at Deltatype. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Kwanchai Akkaratammagul

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    Lanna Cultural Forum

    Lanna is a former kingdom, now located in northern Thailand. They have their own script. Fonts in this script were made in 1999 by Charintr Jamjitt: Cr-Big, CR-Doitong, New_1A, CR-Insom, Cr-khern, CR-Maekok, CR-MkornA, Cr-Paitoon, CR-Wiangkaen. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Latus Rectum

    Pathumthani, Thailand-based creator (b. 1992) of the handwriting typeface LATUSZATE W2R :D (2009) and the pixel typeface LATUSXELA2FEEL (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Latuszate De L'Fuchsia

    Thai creator (b. 1993) of LATUSZATE W2R :D (2009, hand-printed) and LATUSXELA2FEEL (2010, pixel face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Laval Chabon

    Québec City-based creator (b. 1952) of the octagonal font Vegesignes (2009, FontStruct). This font also appeared in 2010 at Open Font Library. It consists of almost 7,615 glyphs.As of 2014, 188 languages care covered, inclufing Afrikaans, Arabic, Archaic Greek Letters, Armenian, Baltic, Basic Cyrillic, Basic Greek, Basic Latin, Bengali, Catalan, Central European, Cherokee, Devanagari, Dutch, Euro, Farsi, Georgian, Gujarati, Hanunó'o, Hebrew, Igbo Onwu, IPA, Kannada, Kazakh, Lao, Malayalam, Myanmar, New Tai Lue, N'Ko, Ogham, Oriya, Pashto, Pinyin, Polytonic Greek, Romanian, Runic, Sindhi, Syriac, Tai Le, Tai Tham (Lanna), Telugu, Thaana, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Uighur, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Urdu, Vietnamese, Western European.

    Dafont link. Fontspace link. Aka Leaurend-Lavie-Hyppere (Laval) Chabon and as Joseph Rosaire Laval Frandey Leaurend Lavie Hyper Chabom. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Lee Suetorsak

    Graphic designer based in Bangkok, Thailand. Creator of the hand-printed font Annike (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Pilar Cano]

    Letterjuice is the British type foundry of Pilar Cano, who graduated from the University of Reading, 2006, but started out life in Barcelona. After graduation, still in 2006, she co-founded Mídori, a graphic design studio specialised in editorial design. Letterjuice is based in Brighton, UK.

    Coauthor, with Marta Serrats, of Typosphere (2007, Harper Collins). Creator of these typefaces:

    • Edita (2006), an informal sans family that also covers kana for Japanese. This typeface was finally published in 2009 at Type Together. It was followed in 2011 by additional weights in Edita Book.
    • Techarí (2006, +Extra) comes from a commission in which the brief consisted of the creation of a typeface family to be used for the design of the third disc of the band called Ojos de Brujo based in Barcelona. This disc was called Techarí, which means free in Caló, the language of the Spanish gypsies---it also has a stencil version.
    • In 2010, she is working on an elliptical sans that covers Latin, Cyrillic and Greek.
    • Techarí (2010) is an extremely elegant custom family.

      Xuppis (2012) is a commissioned logotype for a candy shop in El Masnou, Barcelona.

      Together with Lluis Sinol, she designed the custom sans typeface SEAT (2013) for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic.

    • Quars (2013). This angular typeface family, co-designed with Ferran Milan, grabs elements from Scotch Roman and old Dutch typefaces.
    • Sapmi (2013). A custom typeface for the Sami children.
    • Baldufa (2014, Ferran Milan Olivares): an award-winning flared, calligraphic and subtly rounded serif typeface family for Latin and Arabic. In 2021, Ferran Milan and Pilar Cano released Baldufa Greek Ltn (Greek and Latin), Baldufa Greek, Baldufa Cyrillic Ltn, Baldufa Cyrillic and Baldufa Paneuropean.
    • Aanaar (2014) was originally designed for children's textbooks.
    • Seat Sans is a corporate typeface co-designed with Minsk Disseny in 2014.
    • Catalana Serif won an award at Granshan 2014 in the Greek typeface category.

      Pilar Cano, Spike Spondike and the Dalton Maag team won an award at Granshan 2014 in the Thai typeface category for HP Simplified.

    • In 2017, Jordi Embodas's Trola family was updated, improved and expanded to Cyrillic. The Cyrillic version was designed by Letterjuice (Pilar Cano & Ferran Millan) under the supervision of Ilya Ruderman and Yury Ostromentsky.
    • Bespoke typefaces include Saffron Display (2017), Screwfix (2017) and Catalana (2016).
    • Pilar Cano and Ferran Milan bundled their efforts once again in 2018 for the Latin / Thai typeface family Arlette (TypeTogether).
    • In 2020, she published Portada Thai at TypeTogether to complete the text typeface Portada (2016) by José Scaglione and Veronika Burian.
    • Nawin Arabic (2022). An informal Arabic typeface inspired by handwriting by Pilar Cano and Ferran Milan.

    Interview by Unostiposduros. Cargo Collective link. MyFonts link. Behance link. Wiki page. Klingspor link. Behance link for Letterjuice. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Linux Thai Net

    Several subpages here have free Thai fonts. Geared towards UNIX/Linux operating systems. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Lisa Dröes

    Illustrator, graphic designer and type designer from Amsterdam who graduated from the MATD program in Type Design at the University of Reading in 2016. Her graduation typeface is Marjolein, about which she writes: The multi-script type family Marjolein is designed for magazines orientated towards culture, travel and environmental issues. It covers Latin, Greek and Thai scripts and has styles for both text and display settings. Marjolein, scientific name Origanum majorana, is a common species of Origanum, a genus of the mint family. The name Marjolein is indigenous to Cyprus and southern Turkey, and was known to the Greeks and Romans as a symbol of happiness.. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai creator of the pixel font 333001LOLLIP0PZ (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Two Thai truetype fonts of the LotusSattabun family, copyright ThaiSoft. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Luis Faus

    Bangkok-based designer of Faus Sans (2013), a minimalist rounded squarish Latin typeface (2013). He also designed Casual Handkitten (2015) and Belau Tall Deco (2017).

    Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    In their Global Type collection, URW++ has MAN (2012), a private corporate typeface family for the MAN company. There is a limited retail version for the volume at 7,500 Euros. It covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Maniackers Design (or: MKS)
    [Masayuki Sato]

    About 150 free original fonts by Masayuki Sato (from Futaba and/or Takasaki, Japan), over half of them pixel fonts. Maniackers designers started in 1995. For most fonts, he has a Latin alphabet (denoted by AL) and a katakana alphabet (denoted by KT). Some also have a hiragana version (denoted by HR). All fonts were made between 1998 and 2009.

    • By Masayuki Sato&Tsuyoshi Nagae: Merumo-AL, KT, PonyPony-AL, KT, HR, Topo-AL, TM Extended-AL / 2Type, MinnanoUta-AL, KT, HR, Seele-AL / 2Type, Robin-AL, Peco-AL, KT, Honey-AL, Blur-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Eri Nagae: Stitch-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato&T. Waka: Chihuahua-AL, KT, HR / 3Type.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Mami Kobayashi: Alphabet Man, Detroit Type City-AL, Foood-AL, KT, Pokupoku-AL, KT, HR, Ball2-AL, Box2-AL, Button2-AL, Xtal-AL, KT, HR, Ikaho-AL, KT, MD Radiogram-KT, HR, Nepon-AL.
    • By Mami Kobayashi: Ikaho-HR, TypeCantabile-KT, Kotodama-KT, Sandy-AL / 2Type, Yonimofushigina-AL, KT, Cloooud-AL, Yonimofushigina-HR, Timber-AL,KT, HR, Sunday-AL / 3Weight, Hyonnakotokara-AL, KT, HR.
    • By Eiji Sunaga: Tanrei 2.0-KT.
    • By Junya Yamada (Channel 67): Drip-KT, Bobo-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Junya Yamada: Maniac 2-AL, KT.
    • By Atsushi Moda: Angle.
    • By Shinji Naka: Typobokan katakana (at least, the graphics of this comic book style font were by Shinji Naka).
    • By Masakazu Fukushima: Lucha-doll mask (a fantastic mask dingbat font).
    • By Atsuko Onozato: Pazool.
    • By Malte Haust of Bionic Systems: DorisOrange.
    • By André Nossek: Collage Rmx-AL, Hard Rmx-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Hiroko Takiguchi: Holiday Bitmap14-AL, Holiday Ultra-AL, KT, HR, Holiday Bold-AL, KT, HR, Holiday-AL, KT, HR, Holiday-illust, Holiday Tategaki-KT, HR, Holiday-MDJP03 / 2Byte, Holiday-MDJP02, Ribbontic 2.0-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato and Masashi Kato: Pico (2009, rounded comic book style).
    • By Masashi Kato&Mayucco: Yakitori-AL, KT, HR / 2Byte.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Ryo Asoda: Wallpainting-AL, Cosmic-AL, Bellows-AL, KT.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Kaori Inada: Sennin-AL.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Shizuka Yamazaki: SwingingBird-AL, KT, HR.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Junichi Omi: Omiyage-AL, KT, HR.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Rollingcradle: Poranger-AL, Lucha doll-mask.
    • By Masayuki Sato&Omnikono: Gt informat-AL, KT.
    • By Masayuki Sato: Donki-KT (2010), Cherry-Cherry KT (2010), 239 Schablone-AL (2010), RBIO-AL (2010), FSB08 Klang-AL (2010), 224 MKSD-AL (2010), 223 MKSD-AL (2010), 235MKSD (2009, thin octagonal), Nepon-KT, Nepon-HR, Monday-AL / 3Type, Childish-AL, KT, HR, Volt-AL, KT, HR, Gavadon Ultra-KT, Building 2-AL, KT, Gachapon 2-KT, CinemaMa-AL, KT, HR, Skinny-AL, Magatama-AL, Astro 3.0-AL, KT, 160MKSD-AL, KT, TypoBokan-KT (3DCG), Lunch-KT, HR, Partner-AL / 3Type, Pico Super Ultra Bold-AL, 096MKSD-Synapse-AL, Millennium 5lines-AL, Tekuteku Round-AL, Warp-AL, Cherry Cherry-KT, Donki-KT, 078MKSD Medium Con-AL, Poco-AL, Temporary Extra-AL, 071MKSD Medium-AL, KT, 071MKSD Bold-AL, KT, Paco-AL, Collage-AL, Zerozero Nine-AL, KT, HR, Finger Five-AL, Electronica Nine-AL, Drifter Five-AL, Ultra Seven-AL / 3Type, Thaitype Ten-Thai, AL, KT, Gogo Five 2.0-AL, System Seven-AL / 7Type, 201MKSD-AL / 4Type, Fluorescent-AL / 2Type, FSB07 Astra-AL, KT, HR / 4Type, Nihonbashi 2.0-AL, KT, 176MKSD-AL, Continue-AL, Spaghettini-AL / 3Type, Pinponpan2, 3, 4-HR / 3Type, Pico-AL / 2Type, Kokecco2-KT, Charakyoro-AL, Coppepan-AL, KT, HR, Sardinen-KT, HR, Hachipochi Eight-AL, KT, Janis Heavy-AL, Futaba-KT, April Fool-AL, KT, HR, Arawasu-KT, Airline-AL, KT, HR, Astro 2.0-KT, Snail-AL, KT, Akachan-AL, KT, HR (Flop Design), Dorisorange-AL, KT (T26), Parade20-AL, KT, UFOnt-51silhouette, Rabbit35-silhouette, Dog30-Silhouette, Coil-AL, KT / 3Type, Frankfurter Custum Black-AL, COLOR-AL, Fivemani-AL, KT, Astroro-AL, KT, Puco-AL, 184MKSD Omnibus-AL, Alfadental-AL, FSB08 Klang-AL, KT / 3Type, TDA140607-AL, Shotaro V3-AL, KT, Colopocle-AL, KT, Melt-AL / 3Type, Tekuteku-AL, Crayon-AL, Digits-AL, Performar-AL, Pinponpan-HR, Airplane 2.0-AL, KT, Button-AL, Ball-AL, Box-AL, OLD CUBE-AL, Elekitel-HR, Retroket-AL, MKS Dot-AL, RikuKaiKu-Illust, Angle-AL, FontRemix 02 (36-kanji dingbat font). Font Pavilion sells these fonts: Building, Gavadon (kata), Volt (romaji, kata), Colopocle (katakana, romaji), Shotaro (katakana, romaji). Typo Bokan, Sennin, Snail. At Digitalogue, he published the screen font series Zerozero in 2000.
    • Between 2009 and 2011 he designed 232 MKSD Round.
    Abstractfonts link. Fontspace link. Artistic rendering of a kanji character. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Manop Wongsaisuwan

    Free Thai BDF fonts developed by Manop Wongsaisuwan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mark Frömberg

    Berlin-based and Berlin-born illustrator and designer whose first degree is from the University of Applied Sciences (Berlin 2012). Graduate of the Type & Media program at KABK in Den Haag in 2014, where his graduation typeface was Shequalin.

    He made the semi-calligraphic script typeface Faistra (2010) renamed Canary (2011, to be published by Die Gestalten), and the rounded informal typeface Calcine (2011, Die Gestalten).

    Pigment (2012) is a chromatic typeface.

    For his graduation project at the KABK in 2014, he created Shequalin, a text typeface for humoristic applications, Mark writes about this quirky but very pleasant and readable typeface: Shequalin is a text typeface designed for sophisticated humoristic literature and all kinds of typographic shenanigans. Be it satirical or dadaistic poetry, escapist or fictive novels, playful Shequalin seamlessly suits works by masters of the comical word. For the reader;s alertness, it rhythmically drops in oddities without distracting from the reading flow. In order to create a more severe and fervent contrast, the roman and italic were designed independently and merged later, creating a dynamic sense of tension and blatancy in Shequalin.

    In 2016, he designed the monospaced programming font family Gintronic at Carrois and bBox Type.

    Typefaces from 2019: Nunki (Future Fonts: a warm almost playful text typeface).

    Co-designer of the free Google Fonts typefaces IBM Plex Sans Thai (2019; by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell and Mark Frömberg) and IBM Plex Sans Thai Looped (2019; by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, Ben Mitchell and Mark Frömberg).

    In 2020, Minjoo Ham and Mark Frömberg set up Hypertype in Berlin, a studio that specializes in Latin and Hangul scripts. They promptly designed Neutronic and Neutronic Hangul, which are proportional descendants of Mark Frömberg's earlier monospaced typeface, Gintronic.

    At Github, Minjoo Ham and Mark Frömberg published the Latin / Hangul typeface family Hahmlet (2020). Hahmlet is inspired by a poster for the Korean Hamlet movie from the 1940s, created by an unknown letterer. Free download at Google Fonts.

    Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mark Williamson

    Designer of a public domain Unicode font in 2005 called MPH 2B Damase. It can be found here. Created by Mark Williamson, it covers Armenian, Cherokee, Coptic (Bohairic subset), Cypriot Syllabary, Cyrillic (Russian and other Slavic languages), Deseret, Georgian (Asomtavruli and Nuskhuri but no Mkhedruli), Glagolitic, Gothic, Greek (including Coptic characters), Hebrew, Latin, Limbu, Linear B (partial coverage of ideograms and syllabary), Old Italic, Old Persian cuneiform, Osmanya, Phoenician, Shavian, Syloti Nagri (no conjuncts), Tai Le (no combining tone marks), Thaana, Tifinagh, Ugaritic, Vietnamese. See also here. The font is used by the popular Debian Linux software. Mark Williamson also designed a free fonts for Osmanya, Ugaritic and Shavian called Andagii (2003). His Penuturesu covers Linear B.

    Mark contributed to the GNU Freefont project, which used these ranges:

    • Hanunó?o (U+1720-U+173F)
    • Buginese (U+1A00-U+1A1F)
    • Tai Le (U+1950-U+197F)
    • Ugaritic (U+10380-U+1039F)
    • Old Persian (U+103A0-U+103DF)

    Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Markus Remscheid

    [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Markus Remscheid

    German type designer who participated in the Linotype International Type design Contest in 2000. He is associated with Xplicit and Moniteurs in Berlin. He designed the artsy font Kissen in 1997. He also made Linotype Russisch Brot (1997, with Helmut Ness) and Linotype MhaiThaipe (1997), a Thai simulation font. Remscheid is involved in H2D2, a graphic and web design company in Frankfurt, where he created the grunge typeface H2D2-Alevita-Rough (1996).

    Dafont link. FontShop link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Mary Louise Killen

    Mary Louise earned a BFA in graphic design and painting from Louisiana State University. She also earned a MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Visual Communications. Now based in Louisiana, she graduated from the type design program at the University of Reading in 2010.

    As a student, she designed the upbeat text typeface Acadie and the Thai typeface Yala. She explains: Acadie regular and italic are drawn with reference to the broad-edged pen. A model of inspiration was Christoph Noordzij's typeface, Collis. It maintains a good performance in long texts with subtle calligraphic fluidity. To enhance liveliness and avoid a static monolinear stroke, Acadie utilizes higher contrast with a tall x-height to show an energetic visual impression on a page. About Yala: Yala regular is also created with reference to the broad-edged pen. Precedents examined are Adobe Thai, Sukothai (Linotype) and other angular typefaces printed in 1930 letterpress editions. The design of Yala creates an even color suitable for long texts and even diacritical positioning. Resisting a monolinear stroke similar to Cordi New (Microsoft), a higher contrast design favorable to a handwritten form is developed. Additional scans of Acadie: i, ii, iii. In 2010, she drew Apartment Type, a set of objects. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Masayuki Sato
    [Maniackers Design (or: MKS)]

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    A corporate URW typeface family published in 2009. The 17-font family sells for nearly 10,000 Euros. There are sans, serif, semi-sans and semi-serif subfamilies. This family started out as a design for the Merck company. URW writes: URW++ is authorized by Merck KGaA to deliver the Merck corporate typeface family for a license fee to external users, i.e. Merck KGaA suppliers such as ad agencies, signmakers and the like. The Merck corporate typefaces are available in four different volumes with correspondingly multi lingual character encoding. All Merck Global Fonts contain approximately over 45,000 glyphs including the complete CJK glyph set (China, Japan and Korea). Besides all Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs as well as the complete CJK glyph set also cover Japanese Katakana and Hiragana plus Korean Hangual syllables. Furthermore they are supporting Thai and Arabic (including Farsi and Urdu) plus Hebrew and Vietnamese as well. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mew Varissara Ophaswongse

    Software engineer and type designer based in San Francisco, originally from Bangkok. At Type@Cooper West, Mew Varissara Ophaswongse (who graduated there in 2018) developed the reverse stress typeface family Sandwich (2019), which contains styles called Hoagie (a cartoon font), Lettuce Italic, Lettuce Regular, Sandwich Bold, Sandwich Italic, and Sandwich Regular. Sandwich won an award at the Type Directors Club's Type Design Competition 2019.

    Still at Type@Cooper West, Mew designed Fraktur Alemannia, a revival of a Ludwig & Mayer typeface from 1910.

    Designer of Konstrukt (2020), which is based on the geometric solid alphabets of André Vlaanderen (1928).

    She developed TypeTuner, a browser extension that allows the user to apply a local font to any web page, as well as to configure values for variable font axes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Michael Parson

    [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Michael Paul Young

    Born and raised in Tennessee, Michael Paul Young currently calls Bangkok, Thailand home. He founded, managed and directs daily the online design shop YouWorkForThem, which is located in Baltimore, MD. Home page. Creator of "Apply", a free texture tool that allows you to customize any font you wish with an array of inky splatters and sprays. In 2000-2001, he made the pixelish YWFT DesignGraphik family. With Teerayut Puchpen, he designed the ultra-fat counterless typeface Pudge (2010). In 2011, he created YWFT Motown Expanded and YWFT Motown Condensed, which were based on YWFT Motown (2009, Travis Stearns). With Michael Cina and Taechit Jiropaskosol, he designed YWFT Agostina Alternate (2011).

    Klingspor link. MyFonts link. Personal home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Mike Abbink
    [IBM Plex]

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    Milan Pietaerents

    Born and raised in Ghent (Belgium), Milan Pietaerents is now based in Bangkok, where he designed the all caps fashion mag titling typeface Drouwel in 2017 under the art directorship of Sumpatheee Jadee. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai creator of several Latin hand-printed typefaces at iFontmaker in 2011: Kaohommali6 (2011), Kaohommali5 (2011), Kaohommali3 (2011), Kaohommali2 (2011), Kaohommali (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mint Tantisuwanna

    During her studies in Bangkok, Mint Tantisuwanna desifned the native American Indian typeface Mocassins (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Miss P

    During her studies in Bangkok, "Miss P" created the Latin display typeface Lanla (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mixed Studio

    Based in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Mixed Studio designed the typeface Good Days in 2015 and the interesting Firewood in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Modified Thai

    Thai TrueType fonts Thai Mono, Thaiprop (both by Monotype), Mod SSS, and Mod SSS Mono. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mongao Monglok

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    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: Thai

    Thai fonts by Monotype: UPC Angsana, UPC Browallia, UPC Cordia, Arial Thai, Kumpha, Maysa, Meena, Mokkara, Mokkara Display. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Monthop Thai page

    Eight Thai TrueType fonts (free downloads), of the mixed Latin/Thai families DBThai, and PSL Text. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Mookkiie Chantorn

    Thai designer of the display typeface Lantao (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    National Center for Science Information Systems in Tokyo. All about Thai fonts. Page by Vuthichai Ampornaramveth. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Brazilian designer. His Tailandia family (2011) is a faux-oriental typeface that mimics Thai writing. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Napat Kanchanapet

    Chumphon, Thailand-based designer of the original display typeface Earphone (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Narin Corporation

    Free Thai truetype fonts:

    • Poonlap Veerathanabutr designed the free Thai monospace fonts TlwgMono-Bold, TlwgMono-BoldOblique, TlwgMono-Oblique, TlwgMono, TlwgTypewriter-Bold, TlwgTypewriter-BoldOblique, TlwgTypewriter-Oblique, TlwgTypewriter in 2005.
    • NECTEC put these typefaces in the public domain: Garuda-Bold, Garuda-BoldOblique, Garuda-Oblique, Garuda (2005), Loma-Bold, Loma-BoldOblique, Loma-Oblique, Loma (2003).
    • The National Font Project (Yannis Haralambous, Virach Sornlertlamvanich and Anutara Tantraporn) created these typefaces from 1999-2005: Norasi-Bold, Norasi-BoldItalic, Norasi-BoldOblique, Norasi-Italic, Norasi-Oblique, Norasi.
    • Poonlap Veerathanabutr added the Thai handwriting outline font Purisa (2003-2004).
    [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Natapon Chantabut

    Thai designer of Thaitillium Improved (2010), a Latin / Thai typeface that was developed from Titillium. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nathan Matteson

    Designer of Ardbeg (2003, award winner at the TDC2 2004 competition), a Thai bitmap font, Gaijaaethao (2004, a grayscale Thai font), and of Hamfist (2003, a serif font).

    In 2004, he joined Ultra Pixel Fonts, where he made the pixel typeface Daasaang (Thai). He works at the International Academy of Design and Technology in Chicago, and will soon start Eightyproofpress Inc. His web page opens new windows and makes my browser crash.

    Der Teufelshaufen won an award at ProtoType in 2016.

    Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Nattanai (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nattapol Rojjanarattanangkool

    Thai type designer who published Pharmasee (2011, Katatrad, which is a medical dingbat font. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Nattapon Muangtum

    Bangkok-based designer of Origami Font (2012, a piano key typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Nattapong (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Natthamon Riankitchakarn

    Bangkok-based designer of the decorative Thai typeface Kong Kang Wan (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nattida Chutimontanaporn

    During her studies, Pathum Thani, Thailand-based Nattida Chutimontanaporn designed the decorative typeface Octopus (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai fonts at NECTEC: DB Thai Text, DB Narai. All platforms and formats. Free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Neue Frutiger
    [Akira Kobayashi]

    Neue Frutiger was developed by Akira Kobayashi and the Monotype (ex-Linotype) Design Team, in 2018. An outgrowth of Adrian Frutiger's successful Frutiger font, this wayfinding family was split by Monotype into several packages:

    In 2019, the Linotype team developed and released the single variable font Neue Frutiger Variable. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Neue Helvetica World

    The Linotype Design team released Neue Helvetica World in 2017. It covers the pan-European area (extended Latin alphabet, Cyrillic and Greek) as well as Arabic, Hebrew, Armenian, Georgian, Thai and Vietnamese. Each font has about 1700 glyphs. Back in 1983, D. Stempel AG redesigned Miedinger's Helvetica typeface and created a digital version. Neue Helvetica World has six additional styles including Arabic, Georgian and a specially-designed Hebrew version. For pairing with languages further afield, Monotype / Linotype recommend these typefaces: Saral Devanagari (for devanagari), Tazugane Gothic or Yu Gothic (for Japanese), YD Gothic 100 or YD Gothic 700 (for Korean), M Ying Hei PRC or M Hei PRC (for Simplified Chinese), M Ying Hei HK or M Hei HK (for traditional Chinese). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nikita Belokhonov

    Thailand-based designer of Cracked Stone Alphabet (2015). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nimaxs Max

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of a connect-the-dots typeface in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    In their Global Type collection, URW++ has its Helvetica clone, Nimbus Sans (2005, 5 fonts, 2000 Euros) and Nimbus Roman (2005, 2 fonts, 2000 Euros). The former is based on Helvetica, the latter on Times New Roman. Meant as workhorses, these fonts cover Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Hebrew. Of course, Nimbus Sans can be had for free at Open Font Library.

    The first versions of Nimbus Sans were digitized in the 1980s for the URW Signus sign-making system. The highest precision of all characters (1/100 mm accuracy) were required because the fonts were to be cut in any size in vinyl or other material used for sign-making. During this period three size ranges were created for text (T), display (D) and poster (P). In addition, URW produced the L-version that was compatible with Adobe's PostScript version of Helvetica. Nimbus was also the product name of a URW-proprietary renderer for high quality and fast rasterization of outline fonts. Also in the 1980s, a new improved and expanded version of the Nimbus Sans, Nimbus Sans Novus, was developed with URW's Ikarus system. Nimbus Sans Novus was modified for Nimbus Sans Round in 2015. Nimbus Sans Devanagari was redesigned in 2016. Nimbus Roman Japanese was refurbished in 2014 by URW.

    Two releases in 2021: Nimbus Roman No. 9 L, Nimbus Sans L. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nique Prasertwit

    Bangkok-based designer of Mister Seerif (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nirut Krusuansombat

    Bangkok-based type designer, designer and letterpress specialist, who cofounded the type foundry Behaviour in 1996 with Anuthin Wongsunkakon. He made several typefaces such as the dingbat font Arvayawa. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Niwat Phattharowat

    Thai type designer. In 2018, Kitti developed the Thai / Latin typeface Fah Kwang, a Peignotian typeface that was influenced by old Thai newspapers. It was co-designed by Kitti Sirirattanabunchai and published by Google Fonts and Cadson Demak. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nobu Collections (or: Ake)
    [Ake Thanantreesak]

    Lampang and/or Bangkok, Thailand-based designer (b. 1983) of these fonts in 2021: Beautiful Sunday, Cartoon Family, Christmas Memories, Dad Collections, Delicious, Girl, Happy Halloween, Hello World, Holiday in Paris, Kelly Collections, Mini Sport (athletic lettering), Nobu, Rabbit, Report Block, Supper Dad, Travelling, Tree Stories, Winter Wonderland, Malito Fashion (an original contrast-rich all caps font), Sweet Kids, Summer Party, Kelly Signature, Happy Rainbow, Cocktail.

    Typefaces from 2022: Christolas Gift (a scrapboook typeface).

    1001 Fonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Noey Tantanatipchai

    At the Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, GA, Noey Tantanatipchai (originally from Bangkok, Thailand) designed the elegant display typeface Contra (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nonthawat Buttranai

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Nonthawat Hand Written (2012), and CRU-Nonthawat (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Nopanon Itthiakarapong

    Thai designer of the free octagonal sharp-edged typeface Kayasul (2012). Aka Nuengstno. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Noraphon Yuktanan

    Thai type designer who published the corporate typeface Big Caslon Thai in 2006. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Noree Saisalam

    Thailand-based designer of vector format fonts such as AZ Owl (2017), Lover (2017), and Cartoon Character (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Norrasak Ramasute

    Graphic designer in Bangkok, and junior designer at YWFT. Behance link. He made Fang (2010), a set of fonts (alphabets?) for Latin and Thai that mix letterforms as in ransom notes. He also made the texture face Montha (2010). Creations in 2011: YWFT Dekko (YWFT Dekko is an icon, symbol and pattern style dingbat font created with the ability to execute multiple design ideas), YWFT S3 (advertised as a folktronic, arts-and-circuits, crocheted robotic masterpiece of the first order). [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]  ⦿

    Numchoke Sinmongkolraksa

    Designer of these Thai fonts: Layiji Kutlaimuu (2005), Layiji Kutlaimuuv (2006), Layiji Lenroonrang (2006), Layiji MaHaNiYom (2006), Layiji TaMaiTine (2005 Layiji TaMaiTine Shad (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Opalpal Wong

    Opalpal Wong (Kloset Design, Bangkok, Thailand) created Crochet (2014, a stitching font) and Weather Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pablo Saratxaga

    Pablo Saratxaga's archive with about 20 display fonts, and fonts for Vietnamese, Armenian, Georgian, Thai, Indic and dingbats. Just the Armenian subarchive has these fonts, mostly by Ruben Tarumian, dated 1994: ArTarumianAfrickian, ArTarumianAnpuit, ArTarumianBakhum, ArTarumianBarak-Bold, ArTarumianBarak, ArTarumianErevan, ArTarumianGovazd-Italic, ArTarumianGrig, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Bold-Italik, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Bold, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Italic, ArTarumianGrqiNor, ArTarumianHamagumar, ArTarumianHandes, ArTarumianHeghnar, ArTarumianIshxan, ArTarumianKamar, ArTarumianMHarvats, ArTarumianMatenagir-Bold-Italic, ArTarumianMatenagir-Bold, ArTarumianMatenagir-Italic, ArTarumianMatenagir, ArTarumianNorMatenagir, ArTarumianPastar, ArmNet-Helvetica. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pairoj Peamprajakpong

    Thai type designer who created the free Latin / Thai typefaces SP Rama, Srisakdi (2018, Google Fonts / Cadson Demak; with Bavorn Joradol) and Niramit (2018, Google Fonts / Cadson Demak; with Bavorn Joradol). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pairoj Theeraprapa

    Thai type designer. His typefaces at Ziam Type include ZT Sidsamnoh (2018: rough script), ZT Relaxi (2018: script), ZT Easy (2018: script), ZT Past (2018: grungy sans), ZT Zabing (2018: script), ZT Zabud (2018: brush script), ZT SU72yr (2018), ZT Klin Folk (2018), ZT Condo (2018), ZT Doodee (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Panjapol Chiemsombat

    For his graduation thesis, Panjapol Chiemsombat (Smoke Bacon Design, Melbourne, Australia) created the Thai / Latin typeface Inthanon (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Panot Thongprasert

    Thai type designer. His typefaces at Ziam Type include ZT Stang (2018: inspired by the letters on satang coins), ZT Chetupon (2018), ZT Jaokhun Oldstyle (2018), ZT Jaokhun Modern (2018), ZT Sandee (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Panpawee Reungsakul

    Product designer in Bangkok, Thailand, who designed the antiqued Latin Map Alphabet in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Pantagarn (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pantida Larpkittipanich

    As a student in Bangkok, Pantida Larpkittipanich designed the counterless Latin typeface Lanla (2016) and Rounder (2016, a sans inspired by Adidas's Neo). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Panutat Tejasen
    [JS Technology]

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    Panuwat Usakulwattana

    Panuwat Usakulwattana (b. 1990) is a Thai typeface designer who studied communication design at Bangkok University, where his senior project involved research into the relationship between dyslexia and type design. Panuwat is co-founder of the Totem Project, which was launched for young designers who are interested in typeface production. Currently, Panuwat is senior type designer at Cadson Demak in Bangkok. He has designed many Thai fonts, most notably Thutiya, which won an award at Granshan 2017. He also designed the custom typeface Tatsana Suksa for the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and a custom font for the popular spa and skincare product Panpuri.

    He was a speaker at BITS MMXV (the Bangkok International Typographic Symposium, 2015). Interview by the Bangkok Post.

    Thutija won an award at Granshan 2017.

    Panuwat was also on the Google Fonts Thai Collection development team.

    In 2021, he designed Bree Thai for Type Together. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Paowarat (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Kanda Euatham]

    Chiang Mai, Thailand-based designer of Baby Lover, Wonder Angel, Bush Market (2017: brush script), Ladybugs, the connected script typeface Hello Chiang Mai (2017), the watercolor brush typeface Sunday Walking Street (2017), the sans titling typeface Moncorna (2017), the blackboard bold typeface Anatta (2017, +filled-in version), the brush script typefaces Rainy Day (2017), Apirak (2017), Kanda (2017) and Tidy Brush (2017), the pointillist typeface Color Blindness (2017), the sans typeface Ovine Monospace (2017), the dry brush typeface Woo (2017), and the rounded sans typeface Ooh (2017).

    TYpefaces from 2018: Friyay, Charlotte, Maaria, Tomo Sans, Manee, Gold Rush, Maple Marker, Arduin.

    Typefaces from 2019: 21st Street (a brush font), Wafterby (sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Parid Chaiworn

    Parid Chaiworn (Bangkok) created the crayon font Marrakesh Display (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Parin Rungpattarathakun
    [Type P]

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    Parinya Rojarayanond
    [DB Font]

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    Parko One

    Bangkok-based illustrator, graphic and type designer. In 2009, he drew the ornamental caps alphabet Stupid Character.

    Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Passawee Saneewongs Na Ayuthaya
    [Titi Jim]

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of these handcrafted fonts in 2020: 3d sketch, Anna, Bella Font, Candy Pop, Child Letters, Cookie, Friday P Sans, JW, Marshmallow, Powpow, Ps HandWriting Font, Tyta. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Passitive Design

    Bangkok-based creator of the decorative caps typeface Truth Type (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Paula A Design (was: Nursery Art, Eikon Design)
    [Porapak Apichodilok]

    Aka Paula A and Porapak Picto. Bangkok, Thailand-based photographer and illustrator, b. 1978, whose outfit was called Nursery Art, and before that, Eikon Design. Porapak created these typefaces in 2017: Roche, Boekban, Henrietta, Madelyn, Yesmina, Sticky Script, Gilligan, Lepota, Just Tuesday, Rwanda, Adalicia, Pamela Script, The Eolian, Lesliecy, Bis Später, Halften, Unkempt (dry brush), Esperance, Super Black, Janes Smith (signature font), Trust Me, Stinker, Minnie Script, Jherry Jill, Bentley Script, Instyle, Fabiana (brush script), Atingle, Skylar Script, Skylar Sans, Huh Girls, Sentimental Script, Barbala, Silent Night (script and sans), Unbossy, Densfort, Absorbed, Gumdrop, Fixity, Cuassus (signature script), A Bientot, Enmity (script), Quincy (font duo), Mr. Proxy, Sentimental, MaxWell, Zabar, Deisy, Sandstorm, Koko Kruse, Mizz Zippy, Fabiana (script), Bravo, Paxton, Brushy, Instyle Brush, Ooh Lala (brush), Gypsy Script, Specialist (signature font), Jasper (brush font), 5 Seconds, Malina (connected script), Hi Sunshine, Bellahana Script, Good Morning, Line Cally, Laksamee Script, Beer, Lazy Monday, Travel Icons, Smoothies, Liam Smith (handcrafted), Emma Script, Have Faith Script (brush), Jelly Fish, Olive, Hand Rock, Hand Hardcore, With Love.

    Typefaces from 2018: Version Line, Lollipop, Himalayar, Chicago, Only You, Roadtrip, Day Dream, Hard Times (SVG brush), Twingle, North Remember, Still Mind, The Inner Peach, Simple Harmonic, Realistic, Playmate, Silver Mind, Malina, Let's Party, Halfdressed, Twenty Six, The Subject, Nonlineal, Wanderlust, Please Onself, Pommie, Cherish, Simple Harmonic, Memories, Valensia, Raymond, California, Stepbrother.

    Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Porapak Apichodilok]

    Thai designer of the brush script Oho Julie (2019) and the script typeface Slowly (2019). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Peed Patra

    Bangkok-based creator of the Latin typeface Dirt Cockroach (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pemika Chedpiroon

    Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand-based designer of the scrapbook font Calendar 2015 (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pemika Meechuen

    Bangkok-based graphic designer who graduated from Mahidol University. In 2014, she created an untitled Latin display typeface. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pensaya Khurewathanakul

    During her studies at ECAL in Lausanne, Switzerland, Thai-born Pensaya Khurewathanakul created the fun typeface Kunstrukt (2013): Kunstrukt is a monospace typeface with high contrasts. It is inspired by childhood fairytales. She also designed the modular typeface Finnection (2013).

    Behance link. [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]  ⦿

    Phaisarn Techajaruwong

    Free TrueType Latin / Thai fonts of the family "Phaisarn" created and contributed by Phaisarn Techajaruwong: Phaisarn, PhaisarnFixed, PhaisarnMono. All are fixed-width Latin/Thai typewriter fonts that were made in 1997-1998, at a time when Phaisarn was at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Alternate site. Dafont link [now dead]. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Phanlop Thongsuk

    Thai font designer whose typefaces made from 1995-2000 (for Latin and Thai) include PSL-Advert, PSL-AdvertSP, PSL-Akkhanee, PSL-AkkhaneeAD, PSL-AkkhaneeSP, PSL-Asadong, PSL-AsadongSP, PSL-Bundit, PSL-BunditSP, PSL-ChalalaiClassic, PSL-ChalalaiClassicSP, PSL-ChalindaCondensedSP, PSL-Chamnarn, PSL-ChamnarnSP, PSL-Display, PSL-DisplaySP, PSL-EmpireExtra, PSL-EmpireExtraAD, PSL-EmpireExtraSP, PSL-Imperial, PSL-ImperialExtra, PSL-ImperialExtraAD, PSL-ImperialExtraSP, PSL-ImperialSP, PSL-Irene, PSL-IreneSP, PSL-Isara, PSL-IsaraSP, PSL-Jarin, PSL-JarinSP, PSL-KittithadaSP, PSL-Majestic, PSL-MajesticSP, PSL-MalineeSP, PSL-MethineeSP, PSL-MittrapabSP, PSL-NarissaraSP, PSL-OlarnSP, PSL-OmyimSP, PSL-Paksin, PSL-PaksinSP, PSL-Panpilas, PSL-PanpilasSP, PSL-PassanunAD, PSL-PassanunSP, PSL-PattriyaSP, PSL-PimruedeeSP, PSL-Pojamarn, PSL-PojamarnAD, PSL-PojamarnSP, PSL-Prathom, PSL-PrathomAD, PSL-PrathomSP, PSL-Samson, PSL-SamsonOutline, PSL-SamsonOutlineAD, PSL-SamsonOutlineSP, PSL-SamsonSP, PSL-SamsonStar, PSL-SamsonStarAD, PSL-SamsonStarSP, PSL-ScriptAD, PSL-ScriptSP, PSL-Siara, PSL-SiaraAD, PSL-SiaraSP, PSL-SriSiamSP, PSL-Text, PSL-TextMono, PSL-TextMonoSP, PSL-TextSP, PSL-ThaiAntiqueSP, PSL-ThaiCommon, PSL-ThaiCommonSP, PSL-YaowarajSP, PSLAdvertas, PSLAkkhaneeas, PSLAsadongas, PSLAsadongas80353, PSLBundit, PSLChalalaiClassicas, PSLChamnarnas, PSLDisplayas, PSLEmpireExtraas, PSLImperialExtraas, PSLImperialas, PSLIreneas, PSLIsaraas, PSLJarinas, PSLMajesticas, PSLPaksinas, PSLPanpilasas, PSLPojamarnas, PSLPrathomas, PSLSamsonOutlineas, PSLSamsonStaras, PSLSamsonas, PSLTextas, PSLThaiCommonas. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU-Pharit-Hand-Written (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Phatcharaphat Chatthawatthanathon

    Thai co-designer, with Kwanchai Akkaratammagul, of of the geometric Latin / Thai typefaces Malte and Malte Thai, 2018. In 2019, the same pair designed Mako, a 36-style cyberfont inspired by blocky types and blockbuster ads.

    Typefaces from 2020: Mero Thai and Mero (a 9-style geometric sans family by Kwanchai Akkaratammagul and Phatcharaphat Chatthawatthanathon released at Deltatype). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Phornthip Thonabut

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the free Latin typeface reaction (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Photoshop fonts

    Thai fonts: AngsanaUPCBold, AngsanaUPCBoldItalic, AngsanaUPCItalic, AngsanaUPC, BrowalliaUPCBold, BrowalliaUPCBoldItalic, BrowalliaUPCItalic, BrowalliaUPC, CordiaUPCBold, CordiaUPCBoldItalic, CordiaUPCItalic, CordiaUPC, DilleniaUPCBold, DilleniaUPCBoldItalic, DilleniaUPCItalic, DilleniaUPC, EucrosiaUPCBold, EucrosiaUPCBoldItalic, EucrosiaUPCItalic, EucrosiaUPC, FreesiaUPCBold, FreesiaUPCBoldItalic, FreesiaUPCItalic, FreesiaUPC, IrisUPCBold, IrisUPCBoldItalic, IrisUPCItalic, IrisUPC, JasmineUPCBold, JasmineUPCBoldItalic, JasmineUPCItalic, JasmineUPC, KodchiangUPCBold, KodchiangUPCBoldItalic, KodchiangUPCItalic, KodchiangUPC. "UPC" stands for Unity Progress. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Phuut Thai

    Thai fonts: DBThaiText (Monotype family, 1992), KK-Jaksu (by Kittisak Kulvichit, 1995), LotusBusakorn (Thaisoft, 1994), Phan (by Hans Moeller), Surin, ThaiBangkokDJA (a modified font by Doug Anderson, 1998), ThaiPln (a modified font by Doug Anderson, 1998), NRBPhetBouri (NRB Systems). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pilar Cano

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    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Pimpavee Handwritten (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Piotr Grochowski
    [Type Design]

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    Piyoros Chokudompaisal

    Designer in Bangkok. Creator of Thai-Chinese (2011), an oriental simulation face for Latin and Thai. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pokpong Suwan

    Designer who published the dingbat typefaces Beauty (2011), Office Pi (2012), and Supermarket Pi (2011) at the Thai foundry Katatrad. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Pol Udomwittayanukul

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    Pomme Chan

    Bangkok-born creator of a number of striking type posters in 2008. Based in London, Pomme Chan runs Pomme Pomme Studio (illustration, design). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pongsak Mormungkun

    Bangkok-based designer (b. 1989) who made Layiji SaRangHeYo (201, informal). iGenBiz is his home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pongsathorn Sraouthai

    Thai type designer. Co-designer with Panutat Tejasen and Seveng Tantiraphan of these free fonts at JS Technology: JS75Pumpuang, JSAmphan-Italic, JSAngsumalin, JSArisa-Italic, JSArisa, JSBoaboon, JSChaimongkol, JSChalit, JSChanok-Normal, JSCharnchai-Normal, JSChawlewhieng, JSChodok-Bold, JSChulee, JSChusri-Normal, JSDuangta, JSGiat-Bold, JSHariphan, JSJetarin-Italic, JSJindara-Bold, JSJindara-BoldItalic, JSJindara-Italic, JSJindara-Normal, JSJukaphan-Italic, JSJukaphan, JSJunkaew-Italic, JSJunkaew, JSKarabow, JSKoboriAllcaps-Bold, JSKorakhot-Normal, JSL-Ancient, JSL-AncientItalic, JSL-Blackletter, JSL-TenctonRound, JSLBlackletterAntique, JSLaongdao-Bold, JSLikhit-Normal, JSMacha-Normal, JSMookravee-Normal, JSNeeno-Normal, JSNinjaAllcaps-Bold, JSNoklae-Normal, JSObsaward-Italic, JSObsaward-Normal, JSOobboon-Normal, JSPadachamai-Normal, JSPisit-Italic, JSPisit-Normal, JSPitsamai-Italic, JSPitsanu, JSPrajuk-Italic, JSPranee-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Normal, JSPrasoplarp-Italic, JSPuchong-Normal, JSPudgrong-Normal, JSPumpuang-Normal, JSPuriphop-Normal, JSRapee-Bold, JSRapee-BoldItalic, JSRapee-Italic, JSRapee-Normal, JSSadayu-Bold, JSSadayu-BoldItalic, JSSadayuAllcaps, JSSaksit-Bold, JSSaksit-BoldItalic, JSSaksit-Italic, JSSaksit-Normal, JSSamurai-Normal, JSSangravee-Normal, JSSaowapark-Italic, JSSaowapark-Normal, JSSarunya-Normal, JSSetha-Normal, JSSunsanee-Italic, JSSunsanee-Normal, JSSynjai-Italic, JSSynjai-Normal, JSThanaporn-Normal, JSTina-Normal, JSToomtam-Normal, JSWanida-Italic, JSWannaree-Italic, JSWannareeas-2, JSWannareeasItalic, JSWansika-Italic, JSYodthida-Italic, JSYodthida. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Poonlap Veerathanabutr

    Thai designer of the Thai handwriting outline font Purisa (2003-2004) and the free Thai monospace fonts TlwgMono-Bold, TlwgMono-BoldOblique, TlwgMono-Oblique, TlwgMono, TlwgTypewriter-Bold, TlwgTypewriter-BoldOblique, TlwgTypewriter-Oblique, TlwgTypewriter (2005). The fonts can be downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Porapak Apichodilok

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    Porapak Apichodilok
    [Paula A Design (was: Nursery Art, Eikon Design)]

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    Pornsuda Lertpongvoraphan

    Graphic designer in Bangkok. Creator of Go Gluey (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Potch Auacherdkul

    Type and graphic designer based in Bangkok. Before obtaining an MFA in Graphic Design from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), he worked as a graphic designer in Thailand, and completed the Type@Cooper Extended Program. In 2020, he joined Positype Flourish. His typefaces:

    • Spacehal (2017). A retro-futuristic typeface based on Stanley Kubrick's 1968 movie 2001 A Space Odyssey.
    • Midtown Academy (2017).
    • The 12-style informal supermarket sans families Huai and Huai Thai (2020, Positype Flourish).
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    Pracha Suveeranont

    Author of 10 Faces of Thai Type and the Nation (2002), a book on Thai typefaces that focuses on its social history, and From Thai to Vernacular Thai (2011). From 2012 to 2014, he was an advisor for the National Discovery Museum. Recipient of the 2010 Silpatorn, a national award in Graphic Design from the Department of Arts and Culture.

    As a designer he worked at SC Matchbox for 20 years, and is a professor at the Graduate School, Fine and Applied Arts Department, Chulalongkorn University. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Prachid Tinnabutr
    [AAA Font]

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    Prachid Tinnabutr

    Prachid is Assistant Professor, Fine and Applied Arts Division, Department of Humanities Sciences, Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Bangkok. He created the type family called CRU (Chandrakasem Rajabhat University) in 2011 for Latin and Thai. He also designed Latin hand-printed typeface AAA-Prachid Hand Written (2011).

    Home page. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Prangtip Fungtammasarn

    Graphic designer in Bangkok who created the handcrafted typeface YWFT Roamer (2016), Basic Icons (2016) and The Hands (2016, vector icons). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Preaw Thanchanok

    During her studies at DPU in Bangkok, Thailand, Preaw Thanchanok designed a grungy outline typeface (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Prinya R. Nont

    Designer of the Thai script typeface DB SantiPap, which won an award at the TDC2 2005 type competition. This typeface was published by DB Designs Co., Bangkok. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Tap Vorathit Kruavanichkit]

    Type foundry in Bangkok, est. 2013 by Tap Vorathit Kruavanichkit, a type and graphic director based in Bangkok, who runs his own multidisciplinary design company called Farmgroup. Their first typeface, Etch (2013, Vorathit Kruavanichkit, Sumpatha Jadee) combines art deco, tattoo style and blackboard bold in a stylish display family.

    In 2014, they published Dime (a 2d and 3d family with some optical illusions, available in Solid and Lined), the monospaced family Fixed (Vorathit Kruavanichkit, Sumpatha Jadee) which comes with a stencil style. Tech (2014, Vorathit Kruavanichkit, Sumpatha Jadee) is a techno / sci-fi typeface with a circuit-inspired sub-style, Tech 7000. They took the decorative stencil style to new heights in the six-font family Punch Pro (2014: Slab, Bracketed, Wedge, Deco, Hairline and Sans; by Vorathit Kruavanichkit and Sumpatha Jadee).

    In 2015, Vorathit Kruavanichkit and Sumpatha Jadee co-designed the street art typeface Lam. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Production First Software
    [John M. Fiscella]

    Production First Software offers edriginal, revival and historic designs and specializing in non-latin scripts including Armenian, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, Thai, mathematical symbols and pi characters. It is run by John M. Fiscella in San Francisco since 1990, with most typefaces created immediately after that. John M. Fiscella designed the fonts for symbols and many of the alphabetic scripts for the unicode charts and all typefaces complky with unicode standards.

    List of typefaces: BernalPF, Blck2LineGothicPF Logo, Blck3LineGothicPF Logo, Blck4LineGothicPF Logo, CourPF, CourPF Bold, CourPF BoldOblique, CourPF Oblique, EdwardianMansePFTitling, EriePF, EuroPF-Bold, EuroPF-BoldOblique, FiftiesPopPF, GrandVictorianPFTitling, HlvPF Bold, HlvPF BoldOblique, HlvPF Medium, HlvPF Oblique, ItalianatePF, ItalianateMulticolor1PF, ItalianateMulticolor2PF, ItalianateMulticolor3PF, ItalianateSansPF, LafayettePF, LosPFBold, MisionPFAntique, MisionPFBold, MisionPFBook, MisionPFBookMetal, MisionPFLight, MisionPFTitling, PalouPFTitling, PiazzaPFScript, RadioPF, RadioCityPF, SymbolPF Bold, SymbolPF BoldItalic, SymbolPF Italic, TexMexPF, TmsPF Bold, TmsPF BoldItalic, TmsPF Cursive, TmsPF Italic, TmsPF Rom +, TmsMathPF Cursive, TmsHebWidePF Rom, UnvPF Bold, UnvPF BoldOblique, UnvPF Oblique, UnvPF Medium, UviewPF Bold, UviewPF BoldOblique, UviewPF Oblique, UviewPF Medium, ZenonPFTitling. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Promphan Suksumek

    Boom Promphan Suksumek is a type designer at Cadson Demak, a type foundry based in Bangkok, Thailand. She also currently teaches courses at local universities on typography and the fundamentals of type design. Suksumek studied type design while doing a master's in communication design at the Basel School of Design in Switzerland. She wrote a master's thesis on variable fonts (emotionaltype.org). Speaker at ATypI 2019 in Tokyo on the topic of The Evolution of Thai Loopless Script. She writes: Thai script is divided into the looped and the loopless. Loopless Thai is generally considered to be the modern form of Thai script. However, loopless Thai has its own history. This presentation examines the evolution of the Thai loopless form and attempts to map its development. Originating with the Thai Naris typeface in 1863, the Thai loopless form was initially constructed using a broad-nib pen. Later on, it was adopted and transformed by the locals. It initially appeared mainly in headlines; it was also used in books, newspapers, and local consumer products to make a bold statement. In the 1940s, it began to be embraced by local calligraphers and sign painters. The dry-transfer era saw even more experimentation with the loopless form---it showed up on the posters of the 1976 student-activist uprising in Thailand, for example. It is currently part of daily life there. Cultural influence has simplified the loopless form over time. Loopless Thai raises many questions about what we consider modern versus what we deem outdated. She has been working on custom Thai typeface projects for local and international brands such as Singha Estate, Grab, and Mercedes Benz. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Pround Letter Park
    [Anchitpan Panuditeekun]

    Chiangmai, Thailand-based designer of Hidarigawa Tegaki (2021), a scribbly shaky left-handed children's script that was inspired by similar handwriting in Japanese anime. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Puangroi Abhaiwongse

    Thai type designer. His typefaces at Ziam Type include -ZT Khun Saibua (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Puey Ounjai

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    R9 Type Design
    [Tana Kosiyabong]

    R9 Type+Design is a type foundry in Toronto, Canada, established in 2016 by Tana Kosiyabong and Sir Angus of Gastown (the French Bulldog). Designers of the rounded monoline typeface families Alio Pro (2017) and Alio Text (2017).

    Typefaces from 2018: Augmento (a large sans family).

    Typefaces from 2019: Cubio Mono (hexagonal).

    Typefaces from 2021: Boxr (a blocky squarish typeface family with ten styles), Aldero (a ten-style geometric sans that gives users the choice between rounded casual glyphs and sharp corporate glyphs, all within each font).

    Behance link. You Work For Them link. MyFonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Rachapoom Punsongserm

    Rachapoom Punsongserm is an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Thammasat University, Thailand. He has completed the Human Science International Course and received his PhD in Design from the Graduate School of Design, Kyushu University, Japan. His main research interests are typeface design and positive typography, focusing on legibility, visibility, and readability of Thai typefaces from an information design perspective. Rachapoom's recent essential research project focuses on developing a pioneering Thai Universal Design font (UD font) active on low visual acuity conditions. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Rainer Will
    [Will Software]

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    Rangsit University

    Hundreds of free Thai truetype and screen (.FOT) fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ratipat Pootonggate

    Illustrator and icon designer in Phitsanulok, Thailand. Creator of the free rounded experimental typeface Adam (2019), the brush script font First Date (2019), and the free sans typeface Noah (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Riccardo De Franceschi

    Italian graduate from the type design program at the University of Reading in 2010, who lives and works in Piedmont and Lombardy in Northern Italy, and publishes typefaces at Sorkin Type. His typefaces:

    • His graduation project included the design of Ginnasio: The Ginnasio family is designed to set bilingual vocabularies, namely polytonic Greek English and Latin English. These dictionaries are used in secondary schools to translate texts from classical Greece and Rome into the student's own language. A Thai font is added, intended to set bilingual vocabularies as well. Ginnasio won First Prize at Granshan 2010 for Greek types.
    • Gravitas One (2011, Sorkin Type, and Google Font Directory). He writes: Gravitas One is modeled on the "UK fat face" which is a kind of very heavy advertising type created during the industrial revolution in England. The letter forms are characterized by an attention getting and strong contrast between the very heavy vertical shapes and the thin horizontal ones. The contrast of the design means that it will be most useful when set from medium to large sizes.
    • Still at Sorkin Type, he created the wedge-serif black typeface Goblin One (2011): Goblin One was inspired by a hand painted sign above a pub in the town of Reading (UK). Goblin One is a somewhat wide medium contrast design with a large x-height.
    • Asset One (2011, Sorkin Type) was inspired by the engraved letters found on United States dollar bills.
    • Contrail One (2011, Sorkin Type; free at Google Font Directory), it is based on handmade sans letters seen on UK posters.
    • Wellfleet (2012, Google Web Fonts and Sorkin Type) is a versatile low-contrast slab serif text typeface with a a bouncy and upbeat feeling. It was inspired by German poster lettering.
    • Emblema One (2012, Google Web Fonts). An oblique fat trendy stencil typeface for posters.
    • Sonsie One (2012, Google Web Fonts). Sonsie One is a large x-height signage face.
    • Vampiro One (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a near-monoline fat angular script typeface .
    • Valnera (2010-2019, CAST). iValnera is a low-contrast humanist serif typeface of a distinctly angular design. Its headline style is called Valnera Monster, and there is also a Random style with randomly rotated glyphs. Riccardo writes: Valnera evokes the calligraphic appeal of Oldrich Menhart's typefaces. It also expresses in a very contemporary way that kind of 1970s photocomposition feeling typical of two iconic faces, Cartier (1967) and ITC Mendoza (1991).
    • Monte Stella (2020, at Dalton Maag): a celebration of Milan's informal aesthetics and accidental design of the 1950s to 1970s. Has a variable font option.

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    Runglawan Meeyod

    Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand-based designer of the free handcrafted Latin typeface Dream Destination (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sakdiphat Jiacharoenpong

    Bangkok-based designer of a mechanical Thai typeface in 2013. [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]  ⦿

    Sampan Sittiwantana

    In 2005, Sampan Sittiwantana (Thailand) designed these free Latin and Thai fonts: SP Aftershock, SP Ancient, SP Armageddon, SP Digit, SP Game Over, Happy Hell, SP No Name, SP Normal, SP Soft Text, SP Thunder Fox, SP Tsunami, SP Unforgiven. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sansern Rianthong
    [Zood Dooz]

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    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

    Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Saowalak Singwongsa

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Saowalak Handwritten (2012) and CRU Saowalak (2012).

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    Sarawut Anurak

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer (b. 1986) of the Latin / Thai typeface CRU Sarawut 57 (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sarawut Klabkasem

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    Sarun Noicharoen

    Thai type designer. Beetween 2005 and 2007, he created these free display typefaces for Latin and Thai: Saruns Bang-Rajan, Saruns Famai, Saruns Gothic One, Saruns Gothic Two, Saruns Harry Potter, Saruns Indianna Jones, Saruns Manorah, Saruns Munggonyok, Saruns Resident Evil, Saruns Spiderman. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sasikarn Vongin

    Thai type designer, who won an award at Granshan 2016 for the Latin / Thai typeface Kantaraksa. Graduate of the type design program at the University of Reading, class of 2017. His / her graduation typeface there was Practice. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sathaporn U-sapanitch

    Designer in Bangkok, who created the all-caps alphabet called Lady Gaga (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    An Apple system font for Thai created from 1992 until 2003. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Satit Phumiruk
    [Educational Technology Division, Kasetsart University]

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    SEALANG Font Directory

    The SEALANG web site is managed by Doug Cooper / Southeast Asian Software Research Center. Documentation (PDF files) and some free fonts. Burmese, devanagari, Jawi, Lao Dhamma, Ramkhamhaeng, Tibetan, Vietnamese, Mudir Thai. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sebastian Castellanos De La Hoz
    [Bastarda Type (was: No Name Type Foundry)]

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    Seksan Neramitthanasombat

    Designer (b. 1995, Damnoensaduak, Ratchaburi, Thailand) of the basic monoline sans typeface NTS Akkhara (2011) and the hand-printed Latin typeface SNTS Mouse Laak TP (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Seveng Tantiraphan

    Thai type designer. Co-designer with Panutat Tejasen and Seveng Tantiraphan of these free fonts at JS Technology: JS75Pumpuang, JSAmphan-Italic, JSAngsumalin, JSArisa-Italic, JSArisa, JSBoaboon, JSChaimongkol, JSChalit, JSChanok-Normal, JSCharnchai-Normal, JSChawlewhieng, JSChodok-Bold, JSChulee, JSChusri-Normal, JSDuangta, JSGiat-Bold, JSHariphan, JSJetarin-Italic, JSJindara-Bold, JSJindara-BoldItalic, JSJindara-Italic, JSJindara-Normal, JSJukaphan-Italic, JSJukaphan, JSJunkaew-Italic, JSJunkaew, JSKarabow, JSKoboriAllcaps-Bold, JSKorakhot-Normal, JSL-Ancient, JSL-AncientItalic, JSL-Blackletter, JSL-TenctonRound, JSLBlackletterAntique, JSLaongdao-Bold, JSLikhit-Normal, JSMacha-Normal, JSMookravee-Normal, JSNeeno-Normal, JSNinjaAllcaps-Bold, JSNoklae-Normal, JSObsaward-Italic, JSObsaward-Normal, JSOobboon-Normal, JSPadachamai-Normal, JSPisit-Italic, JSPisit-Normal, JSPitsamai-Italic, JSPitsanu, JSPrajuk-Italic, JSPranee-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Italic, JSPrapakorn-Normal, JSPrasoplarp-Italic, JSPuchong-Normal, JSPudgrong-Normal, JSPumpuang-Normal, JSPuriphop-Normal, JSRapee-Bold, JSRapee-BoldItalic, JSRapee-Italic, JSRapee-Normal, JSSadayu-Bold, JSSadayu-BoldItalic, JSSadayuAllcaps, JSSaksit-Bold, JSSaksit-BoldItalic, JSSaksit-Italic, JSSaksit-Normal, JSSamurai-Normal, JSSangravee-Normal, JSSaowapark-Italic, JSSaowapark-Normal, JSSarunya-Normal, JSSetha-Normal, JSSunsanee-Italic, JSSunsanee-Normal, JSSynjai-Italic, JSSynjai-Normal, JSThanaporn-Normal, JSTina-Normal, JSToomtam-Normal, JSWanida-Italic, JSWannaree-Italic, JSWannareeas-2, JSWannareeasItalic, JSWansika-Italic, JSYodthida-Italic, JSYodthida. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Shan Fonts

    Shanland is at the volatile border between Burma and noirthern Thailand. At the Shan Herald News Agency, one can find a number of free fonts for local scripts: AF1SIAM-MediumOblique, AF2SIAM-A, AF3SIAM, AF4SIAM, A_Laikhun, A_Leimork, A_ShanAA, Dai-Dehong (2003, by MengDai Font), A_ShanCC, B_ShanAA, B_ShanBB, Nongtung (1998, by Young King Crow), SaiLonA, Win-ShanNL, X1-SSLMA, X10-SSlm, X11-SSlm, X12-SSlm, X13-SSlm, X14-SSlm, X15-SSlm, X16-SSlm, X2-SSLMA, X3-SSlm, X4-SSLMAA, X5-SslmA, X6-SSlm, X7-SSlm, X8-SSLM, X9-SSlm, A_ShanBB. In this list, most fonts were made between 1997 and 2001. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Shinchan Wassup

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of a geometric display typeface in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Chiangmai, Thailand-based graphic designer (b. 1991). Creator of Shioon (2009, hand-printed). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Settapol Linprachya's free Thai fonts, including the unicode-compliant Courier-Monothai, EBCDIC-FixedMonoThai and Courier-ProportionalThai. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    SIAMWeb: Thai Font Page

    Page with explanations of Thai fonts, and useful links. Has one free Thai font. By Yujira Jirapinyo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    SIL Dai Banna Fonts

    Developed at the Summer Institute of Linguistics, here is the blurb for this font free family (Mac and PC): "The SIL Dai Banna Fonts are a new rendering of the New Tai Lue (Xishuangbanna Dai) script. The New Tai Lue script is used by approximately 700,000 people who speak the Tai Lue language in Yunnan, China. It is a simplification of the original Lanna script as used for the Tai Lue language for hundreds of years." J. Victor Gaultney was one of the developers of this free font package. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    SIL Tai Dam Fonts

    "The SIL Tai Dam Fonts are regular and bold versions of the traditional Tai Dam script and are closely based on handwritten letters. [...] Over half a million Tai Dam people (also known as Black Tai or Tai Noir) live in northwestern Vietnam and northern Laos. Their language is a member of the Tai-Kadai language family and is closely related to Laotian and Standard Thai. [...] Special thanks are due to Mr. Faah Baccam, whose drawings have served as the basis for the development of these fonts." These fonts, developed by J. Victor Gaultney at the Summer Institute of Linguistics, are free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    SIPA: Department of Intellectual Property (DIP), Ministry of Commerce and Software Industry Promotion Agency
    [Suppakit Chalermlarp]

    Thai fonts produced by this public institution in Thailand in 2006: THBaijam-Bold, THBaijam-BoldItalic, THBaijam-Italic, THBaijam, THChakraPetch-Bold, THChakraPetch-BoldItalic, THChakraPetch-Italic, THChakraPetch, THFahkwang-Bold, THFahkwang-BoldItalic, THFahkwang-Italic, THFahkwang, THK2DJuly8-Bold, THK2DJuly8-BoldItalic, THK2DJuly8-Italic, THK2DJuly8, THKoHo-Bold, THKoHo-BoldItalic, THKoHo-Italic, THKoHo, THKodchasal-Bold, THKodchasal-BoldItalic, THKodchasal-Italic, THKodchasal, THKrub-Bold, THKrub-BoldItalic, THKrub-Italic, THKrub, THMaliGrade6-Bold, THMaliGrade6-BoldItalic, THMaliGrade6-Italic, THMaliGrade6, THNiramitAS-Bold, THNiramitAS-BoldItalic, THNiramitAS-Italic, THNiramitAS, THSarabunPSK-Bold, THSarabunPSK-BoldItalic, THSarabunPSK-Italic, THSarabunPSK. These fonts were created in 2006 by Suppakit Chalermlarp. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sirichai Lerdvorawut

    Thai designer of the free Thai outline fonts called Loma (2003). They can be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sirin Gunkloy

    Graphic and type designer in Bangkok, Thailand. French graduate of the postgraduate program in type design at ESAD Amiens (France), 2018-2020. Her graduation typeface was Tiga, a Thai-Latin typeface family designed for printed and online news media. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Siripan Charoenjitsawat

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of Garage (2012), a custom typeface for Garage Magazine. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Associated with Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in Thailand, Sittirong designed the free pen-drawn typefaces CRU-Sittirong (2009). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Smich Smanloh

    Smich studied film and graphic design and works as a type designer at the Bangkok-based type foundry Cadson Demak, where he currently is type director. His projects there included custom fonts for SC Asset, dtac, Wallpaper, and the office of Prime Minister of Thailand (Modern Thailand project). Smich is also an expert on lettering for film titles.

    He published the ultra-fat family Ton (2010) at the Thai foundry Katatrad. Ton covers Latin and Thai. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Smich Smunloh

    Thai type designer. He joined Cadson Demak's type workshop, where he designed Garavek. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sony Design
    [Akira Kobayashi]

    In 2013-2014, Sony Design and Akira Kobayashi (Monotype) created the SST typeface family for corporate use. It is a sharp-edged universal sans that can be used in 93 languages, including Japanese, Arabic, Thai, Russian and Greek, to name a few. Interesting to see that Chinese is not covered, and that the design of a sharp-cornered typeface comes at a time when just about everybody else is into rounded sans typefaces. Akira Kobayashi, Monotype type director and primary designer on the project, turned to a network of local designers around the world for their individual language expertise. Subfamilies include SST Hebrew (2017), SST Arabic, SST Thai, SST Vietnamese, SST Japanese (which is a cooperation of Kobayashi with Isao Suzuki, Hideyo Ryoken and Saori Ooshima of Type Project). The typophiles complain that the Arabic is out of place and wonder what the utility is of yet another Frutiger. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Soros Atinarumit

    Bangkok-based creator of Huntingbear (2013), a Latin display font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Southern Software Inc. (SSi)

    In the late 1990s, SSi used to sell foreign fonts for Arabic, Urdu, Greek, Hebrew, Armenian, Baltic, Burmese, Cherokee, Cyrillic, Cree, Simplified Chinese, Ethiopian, Inuktitut, Gaelic, IPA, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Mayan. Farsi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Syriac, South Arabian, Tamil, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Ugaritic, and Vietnamese. Plus musical dingbats. Of course, they did not make a single of these fonts themselves. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Squiggy (or Kwanvero) is the Australian designer of the free hand-printed typeface Kriss (2011, for Latin and Thai). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Srisakdi Charmonman

    Thai fonts produced by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman in 2006: THCharmofAU, THCharmonman-Bold, THCharmonman, THSrisakdi-Bold, THSrisakdi. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Star Plus Multiply
    [Kittiphat Sukamolson]

    Thai designer (b. 1980) of the alien-look font We Are Alien (2006), the grunge typeface What The Hell (2005) and the multiline prismatic caps typefaces Talie (2007). He also made the handwriting typefaces Beamba (2004), kittyhandwrite01 (2004), Kob (2004), Numwaan (2004), TAZ (2007), Jabjai (2009, hand-printed and 3d), and Voodoodoll (2004).

    Aka Mr. Oak, his company is called Star Plus Multiply. All his designs are free and open source.

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

    [Stawix Ruecha]

    In 2012, Stawix was established in Bangkok by Stawix Ruecha (b. 1986, Bangkok). At Stawix, Ruecha published these typefaces:

    • Seravee (2012). A didone family.
    • Soin Sans (2012). A beautiful geometric sans family. Followed by Soin Sans Pro (2013) and Soin Sans Neue (2016), an almost perfectly crafted modern geometric typeface family.
    • Letra Pro Headline (2012). A manicured and permed didone.
    • Chercher (2014). A slab serif.
    • Rleud (2014). A neutral sans family which has 160 fonts in four widths, 10 weights, small caps and italics---the works. There are four free demo fonts. This is a useful sans family that is more elliptical in its curvature. Ruecha says that he intended to create the industrial design mood of DIN while importing the humanism of Dax.
    • Dalle (2014). A daring and gutsy display sans with very open counters and surprising straight elements in all letters of the word harkman.
    • Crique Grotesk (2014). A neohumanist sans.
    • Amsi Pro (2015). Inspired by Block Berthold, this rounded sans typeface has extremely short descenders, but works very well in the Narrow and Ultra styles. See also the 48-style Latin / Thai update, Amsi Pro AKS (2020). In 2021, this was followed by Amsi Grotesk (54 styles).
    • Sans Beam (2016).
    • Goudar HL (2017). A rounded semi-techno sans typeface.
    • Brock Pro (2017). I fun 10-style sans family that celebrates Block Berthold and other 19th century wooden letterpress types. Its terminals are consistently vertical or horizontal for a clean uncluttered feel.
    • Merlod (2017). Based on Latin American sign painting in substyles called Norme, Autre and Queue.
    • Sarun Pro (2018).
    • Infoma (2018). An almost organic grotesk family by Stawix Ruecha and Kawisara Vacharaprucks.
    • Cobe (2020). An organic monolinear rounded elliptical sans family in 18 styles. Stawix Ruecha calls it an aerodynamic font.
    • The 18-style geometric slab serif Chom (2021, at Wundertype).
    • Eastlane (2021). An 18-style humanist sans. It includes a variable font.

    You Work For Them link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Stawix Ruecha

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    Steve White
    [GNU Freefont (or: Free UCS Outline Fonts)]

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    Studio Sun (or: Sun Brand Co)
    [Cahya Sofyan]

    During her studies in Bandung, Indonesia, Bali-based Cahya Sogyan (b. 1994) created the free rounded sans typeface Synthesia (2014), the free sans typeface New Dawn (2015), and the free techno / futuristic typeface Cosmonaut (2015), with accompanying drop caps.

    In 2016, she co-founded Spencer and Sons with Gilang Purnama Jaya. In 2017, she started Studio Sun in Denpasar, Bali.

    In 2016, Cahyan published June of Fortune, the free hipster typeface family Soda Popp and writes: The new typeface called Soda Popp is inspired by pop-culture, vaporwave music, and seapunk that emerged in the early 2010s among Internet communities. It is characterized by a nostalgic fascination with retro cultural aesthetics, typically of the 1980s, 1990s, and early-mid 2000s.

    Typefaces from 2017 at Spencer and Sons: S&S Nickson (a copperplate display font including eight font styles and seven dingbat fonts).

    In 2018, she published the retro auto racing font Intensa, the extended sans typeface Matrice, and the free flared poster typeface Florent.

    Typefaces from 2019: Alathena (a decorative Victorian and Arts & Crafts typeface family), Rustob Club (a variable font), Tropiline, Matahari Sans (a large family that includes Matahari Sans Mono).

    Typefaces from 2020: Rachee (a 6-style renaissance text font), Klose Slab (an ultra-fat variable font), Gulfs Display (a 6-width ultra bold cartoon font family), Gliker (an extraordinary comic book font family; a new take on the Hobo typeface), Radiate Sans (40 styles), Balgin (a large display family that celebrates the 1990s), Brice Pop (a sixties display style; with Syarif Hafidh).

    Typefaces from 2021: Bethari (a 6-style art deco typeface, including a blackboard bold outline style).

    Typefaces from 2022: Fragmatika (a 9-style a geometric sans serif typeface with support for Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew and Thai). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    suedostasien fonts

    South East Asian TrueType font archive, with Thai, Burmese, Buginese, and Vietnamese fonts, for example. At the site of Dr. Vincent Houben, University of Passau in Germany. Can't locate the archive any more! [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Suffix Works

    Design bureau in Bangkok. It made the monoline monospaced typeface Suffix Mono (2011). Behance link. Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Sukkawitt (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sumonkarn Sinthuyon

    Graphic designer in Bangkok, Thailand, who created the handcrafted Latin typeface Fruiture (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sumpatha Jadee

    Bangkok-based designer of Kannika, a fat didone display typeface in 2012, to be published at Katatrad. He also made the experimental typeface Judeka (2012) and the fat poster typeface MMFK (2013, a great free dingbat-laden typeface dedicated to Mamafaka from Farmgroup).

    He creates typefaces for the Bangkok-based type foundry, Produce. In 2013, he co-designed Etch with Vorathit Kruavanichkit. Etch combines art deco, tattoo style and blackboard bold in a stylish display family.

    In 2014, Produce published the monospaced family Fixed (Vorathit Kruavanichkit, Sumpatha Jadee) which comes with a stencil style. They took the decorative stencil style to new heights in the six-font family Punch Pro (2014: Slab, Bracketed, Wedge, Deco, Hairline and Sans; by Vorathit Kruavanichkit and Sumpatha Jadee). Tech (2014, Vorathit Kruavanichkit, Sumpatha Jadee, Produce) is a techno / sci-fi typeface with a circuit-inspired sub-style, Tech 7000.

    In 2015, Vorathit Kruavanichkit and Sumpatha Jadee co-designed the street art typeface Lam. Talad Noi (2015) is a Latin & Thai signage and wayfinding system done for the Arsom Silp Institute of the Art Landscape (Architect: Shma SoEn). For Groove, Sumpatha created the wayfinding dot matrix typeface Groove, also in 2015. In 2015, he designed the fingerprint-inspired bespoke typeface Demark 2015.

    In 2017, he designed the custom Latin / Thai typeface Mogu Mogu, the custom FA Thailand Sans for the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), and the neo deco typeface Drouwel (Jadee was type director; the actual font was designed by Milan Pietaerents).

    In 2018, he published Satra (Latin / Thai) for the movie. Home page. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


    Sun-ExtA and Sun-ExtB are two full free Unicode fonts, covering everything under the sun. Inside, we find information that these fonts were made by Beijing ZhongYi Electronics Co. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sungsit Sawaiwan

    Designer of the free Latin / Thai sans typeface family Boon (2013-2015, Open Font Library) and the thick brush typeface Alemo (2016). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Supaksirin Wongsilp

    Bangkok-based industrial designer, b. 1988. Behance link. Creator of the typographic poster Doodots (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Supawit Thittayanurak

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the Thai typeface Pribpree (2018) and the circular monoline typeface Good Things Take Time (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Superstore Font Foundry

    Thai type foundry located in Bangkok. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    [Mongao Monglok]

    Thai type designer. His typefaces:

    • Retail: Galileo, Silplapawatanathum, Kilogram, Pesto, Superstore, Vanilla, Croissant, Oxygen, London, Anatomy, Arunsawad, Ballet, Edison.
    • Free: Kruengprung, Supermarket, Kunlasatri, Arabica, Jean.
    • Custom: She He Us Me, Zaan, Blackdonut, Unilamp. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Supipat Chimwichian

    Thai designer of handcrafted and display typefaces. In 2020, he released these fonts: Aloha, Abigail, Be Bold, Beach Boy, Beach Girl, Daddy Long Legs, Fatty, Flower, Harner (a fashionable sans), Ice Cream Sandwich, Irish, Letter, New York Night, Nobody, Playground, Poppa, Pumkinz, Rossi, Sketchy (dry brush), Simplify, Space 1, Space 2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Suppakit Chalermlarp

    Type designer born and raised in Chonburi, Thailand. Partner at the Thai type foundry Katatrad in Bangkok. He is best known for designing the widely used Thai font Sarabun, which was certified by the government of Thailand for use in all communications. An expert on extending a support for Southeast Asian minority scripts, he is the head of technical team at Cadson Demak over seeing all post production there.

    Designer of the free Thai typeface ThSarabun New (2011, Open Font Library). A small modification of sarabun led to Khwan Sans (Open Font Library).

    In 2006, he designed many Thai typefaces for SIPA: Department of Intellectual Property (DIP), Ministry of Commerce and Software Industry Promotion Agency.

    His typeface Sarabun Mai won an award in the Thai typeface category at Granshan 2014.

    In 2015, he designed the modern corporate sans serif typeface family Moris at Katatrad.

    As part of the Noto project, he designed Noto Lao Looped and Noto Lao Loopless.

    In 2018, he designed Heritage Set (an elliptical sans), Bai Jamjuree (Google Fonts, Cadson Demak), Thasadith, and Fahkwang (a free Peignotian font at Google Fonts, Cadson Demak, designed by Kitti Sirirattanabunchai and Niwat Phattharowat).

    In 2021, he released Adelle Sans Lao at Type Together.

    Facebook link. BITS MMXV Conference link. Type Together link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Suppakit Chalermlarp
    [SIPA: Department of Intellectual Property (DIP), Ministry of Commerce and Software Industry Promotion Agency]

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    About ten Thai fonts at this site at Vanderbilt University: the DBThaiText family from Monotype. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Free Thai truetype font, XDB-Surawong, by Dear Book Co and JS Technology Co. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Anna Zolotukhina]

    Anna Zolotukhina (aka Surazica) is the Thailand-based designer of the brush script typeface Surazica (2016). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Small Thai font archive: AngsanaNew, DBThaiText, DBThaiTextBold, DBThaiTextFixed, DBThaiTextFixedBold, KodchiangUPC. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Suthi Srisopha
    [Typhoon Type]

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    Sutthichai Udomsap

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Sutthichai Handwritten (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Suttinee Saetang

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Suttinee Hand Written (2012) and CRU Suttinee (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Sweetdrug Studio

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the colorful all caps typeface Dee (2019) for Siam Center. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Taechit Jiropaskosol

    Bangkok-based graphic designer. He created the fat geometric typefaces Herzog (2008, with Travis Stearns) and Ally (2009), the high-contrast typeface Mankind (2009), and the retro slab serif YWFT Lollop (2009). You Work For Them link. With Michael Cina and Michael Paul Young, he created YWFT Agostina Alternate (2011). With Travis Stearns, he did the children's typeface Garnier (2011). You Work For Them link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Take Note

    Thai designer of these handcrafted Latin typefaces in 2020: Christopher, Amelia, Dewey Brush, Ship, Noah. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Tana Kosiyabong
    [R9 Type Design]

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    Tanachot Sapruangnam

    Thai graphic designer in London, who created a few display typefaces: Fire (2008), Brown (2010). In 2011, he created a typeface inspired by the typeface used by the London Olympics. In 2007, he designed an experimental Thai typeface called Pim-D. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Tananun Kongkaew

    At Chiang Mai University (Thailand), Tananun Kongkaew designed the Latin all caps typeface Wrench in 2018. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Tanawat Sakdawisarak

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    Tap Vorathit Kruavanichkit

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    Tarin Yuangtrakul

    Designer in Bangkok, who runs Tabby Design. He made the experimental geometric typeface Invisible Color (2010), the sketchy typeface Self-Contradiction (2010), and the curvy high-contrast free typeface Hyperbola (2010). In 2011, he created the free geometric monoline architectural lettering typeface Infinity, as well as Golden Sans, an alchemic hairline sans that is based on the golden ratio.

    In 2012, he designed Rush, a typeface in which letters are sliced and reconstructed.

    Behance link. Hellofont link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Teerakarn Jankaseam

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Teerakarn (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Teerapong Chomcheun

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Teerapong (2012, grungy) and CRU Teerapong Handwritten (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Teerayut Puchpen

    Bangkok-based codesigner, with Michael Paul Young, of the ultra-fat counterless typeface Pudge (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Tereza Tranaka

    Yannis Haralambous and Tereza Tranaka created these truetype and type 1 fonts for the Omega Project in 1999: OmegaSerif8859-1-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-1-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-1-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-1, OmegaSerif8859-2-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-2-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-2-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-2, OmegaSerif8859-3-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-3-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-3-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-3, OmegaSerif8859-4-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-4-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-4-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-4, OmegaSerif8859-5-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-5-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-5-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-5, OmegaSerifThaiIso, OmegaSerifVISCII. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thai email group

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    Thai Fonts

    Five free Thai truetype fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thai Fonts Page

    Vuthichai Ampornaramveth's archive of shareware/freeware Thai fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thai Schriftarten

    Thai font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thai Watanaphanit

    Designer of Monotype Klang, a metal typeface for Thai made in the late 1950s. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai font archive, with 521 truetype fonts! [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai font archive: AngsanaNew-Bold, AngsanaNew-BoldItalic, AngsanaNew-Italic, AngsanaNew, AngsanaUPC-Bold, AngsanaUPC-BoldItalic, AngsanaUPC-Italic, AngsanaUPC, BrowalliaNew-Bold, BrowalliaNew-BoldItalic, BrowalliaNew-Italic, BrowalliaNew, BrowalliaUPC-Bold, BrowalliaUPC-BoldItalic, BrowalliaUPC-Italic, BrowalliaUPC, CordiaNew-Bold, CordiaNew-BoldItalic, CordiaNew-Italic, CordiaNew, CordiaUPC-Bold, CordiaUPC-BoldItalic, CordiaUPC-Italic, CordiaUPC, DBThaiText, DBThaiTextBold, DBThaiTextFixed, DBThaiTextFixedBold, DBXThaiText, DBXThaiTextBold, DilleniaUPC, DilleniaUPCBold, DilleniaUPCBoldItalic, DilleniaUPCItalic, EucrosiaUPC, EucrosiaUPCBold, EucrosiaUPCBoldItalic, EucrosiaUPCItalic, FixedDBThaiTextNew, FreesiaUPC, FreesiaUPCBold, FreesiaUPCBoldItalic, FreesiaUPCItalic, IrisUPC, IrisUPCBold, IrisUPCBoldItalic, IrisUPCItalic, JasmineUPC, JasmineUPCBold, JasmineUPCBoldItalic, JasmineUPCItalic, KodchiangUPC, KodchiangUPCBold, KodchiangUPCBoldItalic, KodchiangUPCItalic, LilyUPC, LilyUPCBold, LilyUPCBoldItalic, LilyUPCItalic, MicrosoftSansSerif, PSL-Display-Regular, PSL-Text-Regular, PSLTextMonoRegular, Tahoma-Bold, Tahoma. The fonts with UPC in the name are made by "Unity Progress". The PSL series is due to Phanlop Thongsuk (1995-1997). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thaifonts DIP SIPA

    Original authors of these free Thai fonts (with full Fontforge sources!):

    • SP Thotsakan: Ekaluck Peanpanawate.
    • SP Rama: Pairoj Peamprajakpong, Borwon Joradol. Aksaramatee Group
    • SP Sinsamut: Kansuda Peamprajakpong, Aksaramatee Group.
    • SP Laksaman: Chalermlarp, PSK. Design LTD.
    • SP Sida: Kant Rodsawat.
    • SP Sutsakhorn Sudarat Lertseethong.
    • SP Ramasun Theerawat Pojvibulsiri.
    • SP Laweng Rapee Suveeranont, Virot Chiraphadhanakul.
    • SP Aphaimanee: Kham Chaturongakul, Kanokwan Panthaisong.
    • SP Hanuman: Kitti Niwat.
    Current Maintainer: Theppitak Karoonboonyanan. The fonts were part of a font competition project, and the original names (later changed) were: TH Krub, TH Krub Italic, TH Krub Bold, TH Krub Bold Italic, TH Niramit AS, TH Niramit AS Italic, TH Niramit AS Bold, TH Niramit AS Bold Italic, TH Kodchasal, TH Kodchasal Italic, TH Kodchasal Bold, TH Kodchasal Bold Italic, TH Sarabun PSK, TH Sarabun PSK Italic, TH Sarabun PSK Bold, TH Sarabun PSK Bold Italic, TH K2D July8, TH K2D July8 Italic, TH K2D July8 Bold, TH K2D July8 Bold Italic, TH Mali Grade 6, TH Mali Grade 6 Italic, TH Mali Grade 6 Bold, TH Mali Grade 6 Bold Italic, TH Chakra Petch, TH Chakra Petch Italic, TH Chakra Petch Bold, TH Chakra Petch Bold Italic, TH Baijam, TH Baijam Italic, TH Baijam Bold, TH Baijam Bold Italic, TH KoHo, TH KoHo Italic, TH KoHo Bold, TH KoHo Bold Italic, TH Fah Kwang, TH Fah Kwang Italic, TH Fah Kwang Bold, TH Fah Kwang Bold Italic. Download site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thaifonts Scalable

    Free scalable Thai fonts with full Fontforge source code in SFD format. Original font creators:

    • Kinnari: Db Type Co.
    • Garuda: Unity Progress Co.
    • Norasi: Yannis Haralambous, Virach Sornlertlamvanich, Anuttara Tantraporn.
    • TlwgMono, PseudoMono, Purisa: Poonlap Veerathanabutr.
    • Loma: Sirichai Lerdvorawut.
    • Sawasdee: Pol Udomwittayanukul.
    • Waree, Umpush: Widhaya Trisarnwadhana.
    Maintained by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan, Chanop Silpa-Anan, Poonlap Veerathanabutr, and Vee Satayamas. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thaifonts Scalable

    A collection of Thai scalable fonts available in free licenses, developed according to the highest standards using Fontforge. Renamed tlwg in 2012. Maintained by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan, Chanop Silpa-Anan, Poonlap Veerathanabutr and Vee Satayamas. The Thai Linux Working Group (TLWG) is behind the project. Fonts (in all desirable formats) include:

    • Poonlap Veerathanabutr designed the free Thai monospace fonts TlwgMono-Bold, TlwgMono-BoldOblique, TlwgMono-Oblique, TlwgMono, TlwgTypewriter-Bold, TlwgTypewriter-BoldOblique, TlwgTypewriter-Oblique, TlwgTypewriter in 2005. He added the Thai handwriting outline font Purisa (2003-2004), as well as PseudoMono.
    • NECTEC put these typefaces in the public domain: Garuda-Bold, Garuda-BoldOblique, Garuda-Oblique, Garuda (2005), Loma-Bold, Loma-BoldOblique, Loma-Oblique, Loma (2003). Garuda is copyright of the Unity Progress Co, and Loma is made by Sirichai Lerdvorawut.
    • The National Font Project (Yannis Haralambous, Virach Sornlertlamvanich and Anutara Tantraporn) created these typefaces from 1999-2005: Norasi-Bold, Norasi-BoldItalic, Norasi-BoldOblique, Norasi-Italic, Norasi-Oblique, Norasi.
    • DB Type Co created Kinnari.
    • Widhaya Trisarnwadhana made Waree and Umpush.
    • Tlwg Typist, Tlwg Typo, based on Tlwg Typewriter by Poonlap Veerathanabutr. Thai glyphs designed from scratch by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan.
    • Sawasdee by Pol Udomwittayanukul.
    • Laksaman: Based on TH Sarabun New by Suppakit Chalermlarp. Modified by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan.
    [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Notes on how to work with Thai fonts in English software. Has a few free TrueType fonts for download, including Fixed DB Thaitext New. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Archive with about ten Thai truetype fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Download Fixed DB Thaitext New, a TrueType font by Monotype, modified by Somnuk Limsiroratana, Psychiatric Department, Siriraj HOSPITAL, Bangkok Thailand. March 1996. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Free Thai truetype fonts by Unity Progress, Virach Sornlertlamvanich, Yannis Haralambous, and Anuttara Tantraporn. These include the Garuda family (1999, generatewd by NECTEC for public domain), the Norasi family (developed under the National Font Project at NECTEC as to be a free licensed font for Thai users and developers, 1999), and Monotype's DBThaiText (2003). The type 1 versions are here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thamonwan Laohakul

    During her studies at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (Thailand), Thamonwan Laohakul designed the curvy Latin / Thai display typeface Bhandhamalin (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thanarat Vachiruckul
    [Type 714]

    [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    thannews (Thailand)

    AngsanaNew (Monotype) and DBTTF Thai fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    The National Font Project
    [Anutara Tantraporn]

    Norasi is a Thai font family developed in 1999 by Yannis Haralambous, Virach Sornlertlamvanich and Anutara Tantraporn. Norasi is a trademark of NECTEC. All fonts are free. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Theerawat "Aksornsanan" Pojvibulsiri
    [Ziam Type]

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    Theerawat Pojvibulsiri

    Thai type designer. In 2018, Theerawat Pojvibulsiri developed the Thai / Latin typeface Chakra Petch, an octagonal typeface. It was published by Google Fonts and Cadson Demak. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thidarat Thaiyanon

    During a summer course called Type@Paris (2015), Thidarat Thaiyanon (Thailand) designed the high contrast curve-enhanced modern typeface Merci. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thun Puchpen

    Located in Bangkok, this illustrator and occasional type designer produces magnificent fashionable work. Fonts created by him include Woolly (2008) and Thaiglish (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Thunyamon Charoensuttikul

    Bangkok-based designer of Britannic Bold Thai (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Tippawan Sumnavong
    [Type K]

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    Titi Jim
    [Passawee Saneewongs Na Ayuthaya]

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    Titipun Tubthong

    Titipun Tubthong is a designer in Bangkok. He created the experimental thai typeface Camera (2010). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Tnop Wangsillapakun]

    TNOP is Tnop (Teeranop) Wangsillapakun's outfit, est. 2005. Tnop is the Bangkok-born Chicago-based [T-26] designer of Bpositive (screen font), OneAM (1999, dot matrix font), Fliptura, Dodo (fantastic experimental display font!!), Square 45 (with technical assistance of Carlos Segura, Ben Husmann and Ana Reinert), and ItsOverCaptain (2000, game playing font). CV.

    Klingspor link.

    Tnop has worked with a wide range of clients such as Corbis Images, Nike, Coca-Cola, IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency), fashion designer Maria Pinto, Mitea (a small tea shop in Chicago), and Alongkorn (a high-level bespoke suit shop in Bangkok). He teaches design at Rangsit University in Pratumthani, Thailand. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Tnop Wangsillapakun

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    Todsaporn Banatong

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free fonts CRU Todsaporn Sketch Book (2012) and CRU Todsaporn handwritten.

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    TS Studio

    Thai studio that released these handcrafted (Latin) typefaces in 2020: After the Rain, Alexis, Aloha, Aquarium, Audrey, Basketball, Beautiful Sunshine, Blue Sky, Blueberry Pie, Boxing, Breakfast, Century Bubble, Chameleon, Chick Kitchen, Chocolate Muffin, Chubby Kids, Countdown, Daisy, Deborah, Dolphin, Doughnut, Dragonfly, Early Bird, Flowchart, Frog, Future, Grayson, Hair Cut, Hamburger, Hayden, Heartbeat, Hello, Heren, Keisha, Lemon, Luxurious, Magic Pen, Medium Rare, Melinda, Noah, Norway, Octopus, Olivia, Orlina Bubble, Plump, Primrose, Rainforest, Red Velvet, Remixing, Rosario, Sing a Song, Skinny Jeans Slim Body, Speak English, Squeeze, Storytelling, Super Bubble, Sydney, The Gap, The Origin, Translate, Wynfreda, Xyliana, Abigail, Aladdin, Alexandra, Allyson, Animal, Annabelle, Aqua, Artistic, Ashley, Balloon, Bethanie, Bifrost, Blanche, Blue Shade, Brittany, Bubble Gum, Cactus, Crystal, Daniel, Darlina, Darnisha, Davina, Destiny, Dorothy, Dots, Elaine, Enjoy Eating, Erica, Espresso, Esther, Explorer, Giraffe, Gloria, Greta, Hailey, Hazel, Henrika, Hilde, Hillary, Hyacinth, Hyria, Impact, Ingrid, Ishikawa, Jessica, Jojo, Jonathan, Kaitlyn, Kingdom, Kiss Me, Kristen, Let's Play, Lizbeth, Madeline, Maggie, Maire, Mercy, Nailah, Nastasia, Navy Blue, Nephthys, Nicolette, Oblique, Oops, Oribella, Ortygia, Pastel, Perzsike, Peyton, Pietra, Priscilla, Quay, Quibilah, Raccoon, Ranita, Reginy, Ricarda, Robin, Rosalind, Sapphire, Scratch, Selina, Shake Hands, Shirley, Smith, Sofia, Stephen, Sticker, Tashia, The Circus, The World, Timber, Tonya, Top Knot, Two-tone, Upside Down, Wake up, White Dog, Winnie, Wizard, Youth, Yuriko. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Type 714
    [Thanarat Vachiruckul]

    Designer whose last name is sometimes spelled Vachirukul. He published the dingbat typefaces Bulleta One and Two (2011) at the Thai foundry Katatrad. This pair of typefaces is meant to provide bullets for lists and tables.

    In 2014, Thanarat created the rounded humanist sans typeface Montio (Montio), the stencil typeface Vanage (Katatrad), the fashion mag didone sans typeface family Vage, and the monoline thin sans family Malina (Katatrad).

    His typeface Muttayat won an award in the Thai typeface category at Granshan 2014.

    In 2015, still at Katatrad, Thanarat Vachiruckul created the humanist sans typeface family Rigo.

    Typefaces from 2016 include Danos (a sans family inspired by the classic industrial grotesque and geometric typefaces) and Stenka (stencil). Prompt won an award at Granshan 2016 in the Thai typeface category.

    Typefaces from 2017: Sango (rounded sans), Ramston (a humanist sans in 20 styles published by Katatrad), Cabarno (a condensed sans typeface family published by Katatrad).

    Typefaces from 2018: Kodchasan (Google Fonts, Cadson Demak), K2D (Google Fonts, Cadson Demak).

    Typefaces from 2019: Hergon Grotesk (Katatrad).

    You Work For Them link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Type Design
    [Piotr Grochowski]

    Type Design is the web home of Polish designer Piotr Grochowski, aka Groszak. His typefaces:

    • At FontStruct, where he is no longer active, he made several LED typefaces in 2013: Digital Display, Real 7 seg, 7 Seggggg, 7 Seg Hardness, 16 Segment, Calcula Improved, Verdana and Arial (sic). He also made tens of pixel typefaces such as 12 seg, 4x4 Pixel, 5x5 Pixel, 3x4 Pixel, and Helvetica (sic).
    • The decorative font Apostle Fix (2013).
    • DMCA Sans Serif (2020). Monospaced, similar to and metric-compatible with Microsoft Consolas. Its 3309 glyphs include Latin, mathematics, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Armenian, Thai and Arabic.
    • Custom Font ttf (2020). Custom Font is a set of two bitmap font designs (6-12 and 8-16). Version 3.0 contains 2823 characters.
    • Riglos Mono (2020: a monospaced font based on Riglos), TD bitmaps (2020), Kikos (2020: a pixel font), Fifaks (2008-2020: a 20,000+ glyph bitmap font set based on Fairfax).

    In addition, Piotr developed a font renderer called TD Renderer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Type K
    [Tippawan Sumnavong]

    TypeK (Type-K) is a type foundry in Bangkok, Thailand, that was launched in 2015 by Ekaluck Peanpanawate and Tippawan Sumnavong. Their first foundry typeface is Kommon Grotesk (2018), which comes in 96 styles ranging from extended to compressed. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Type P
    [Parin Rungpattarathakun]

    Thai type designer. His typeface Satidti won an award at Granshan 2017. In 2018, he published Bai Jamjuree (together with Virot Chiraphadhanakul) at Google Fonts / Cadson Demak.

    Typefaces from 2019: Puck (a cute kawaii rounded sans family with many choices of weights).

    Typefaces from 2020: Nuno (a 72-style humanist sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    [Chatnarong Jingsuphatada]

    Chatnarong Jingsuphatada is a type designer in Thailand. He set up Typesketchbook in Bangkok. In 2012, Chatnarong made the 4-style plumpish sans family called Gusto and the elegant condensed hand-drawn Olive (2012). Kilo (2012) is a clean sans family of the Eurostile genus. Caffeine (2012) is a hand-printed poster typeface. Gram (2012) is another elliptical sans family.

    Typefaces from 2013: Labrador A and B (a 32-style simple sans family---the B series is a rounded version of the A series), Quan, Quan Slim (32-font organic sans family), and Quan Rounded (a clean sans family covering all weights from Hairline to Black).

    Typefaces from 2014: Orev (+Hairline: an organic sans), Tolyer (a large letterpress emulation family), Abula and Abula Organic (slab serif family), Klimt (+Organic, a slab serif family).

    Typefaces from 2015: Noyh (a 72-style geometric sans family with and without rounding; it was extended in 2016 to Noyh A, which has Cafe Press, Bistro, Text and Hand sub-families), Robolt (Machine, Battery (weathered), Vintage (art deco)), Delm (a rounded ink-trapped sans family), Betm (a geometric sans family covering Hairline to Extrablack), Mairy (rounded display sans).

    Typefaces from 2016: Breul Grotesk (a 32-style Bauhaus-inspired geometric typeface with sharp (A) and rounded (B) subfamilies), Orev Edge (an organic sans), Meltow (Sans, Script and Marker families of hand-drawn typefaces).

    Typefaces from 2017: Morl Sans and Morl Rounded, Grimpt (handcrafted), Noyh Geometric (with sharp corners), Noyh Geometric Slim, Mates Malty (in Brush, Brush Dry, Marker and Inkpen versions), Vild Scapes (by Chatnarong Jingsuphatada and Kamonjit Lerdsittikul: a handcrafted brush typeface family), Flowy (brush script), Gliny (handcrafted), Betm Rounded.

    Typefaces from 2018: Grold (a 40-style post-geometric typeface family), Kelpt (rounded sans), Calps Sans, Anteb (an organic sans), Calps.

    Typefaces from 2019: Prayuth (a 32-style sans), Motiraw (an 28-font bgeometric sans), Germalt (a 32-style geometric sans), Kelpt Sans (32 styles; a corporate version of Kelpt), Tomkin (a 54-style rounded sans), Brilk (a 40-font condensed rounded sans family).

    Typefaces from 2020: Polate (a condensed grotesk family in 60 styles), Polate Soft, Mula (a basic 80-style sans family with Regular, Slim and Rounded subfamilies), Grold Rounded.

    Typefaces from 2021: Nordt (a wide serif family in 40 styles), Rohyt (a 32-style rounded sans), Rohyt Geometric.

    Creative Market link. Behance link. Newest Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Typhoon Type
    [Suthi Srisopha]

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer (b. 1976) of the free brush script typeface Zomtam Thai (2017), and the script typefaces Amazing Kids (2017), Reality Sunday (2017), Lovely Home (2017), Journey to Thailand (2017), Midnight Bangkok (2017), Vacations in Phuket (2017) and Chiangmai Hostel (2017: formal calligraphic style).

    Typefaces from 2018: Butterfly Kiss, Medusa Story, Weather Sunday, The Holiday (signage script), Sudsakorn, Siam Giants, Black Melody, Cheetah Kick, Jestho Fisher, Kansha, Sawasdee, Hosabien, Yakuza Lobster (brush script), Lonely Basket, Indigo Daisy, Antishbusy, Skating Move, Kindly Jasmine, White Mackintosh, Joker Smiling, Umbrella Market, Double Jacket (a creamy script), Candle Mustard, Pacific Again, Plastic Beauty, Schoolkid, Beach Society, Earth Quest, Slow Life, Tale of Hawks, Broken Heart, Dancing Marker, Awesome Birds, Follow Me, Inkland, Moving Skate, Sexy Queen (script), Black Party, Easy November, Sweet Hipster, On The Rings, The West Gate, Indy Women.

    Typefaces from 2019: Vesta Night, East Octopus, Vicky Cinthia, Xanthousy, Christmas Ribby, Reindeer Christmas, Mocking Bird, Jazzy Raptor, Antique Cherry, Real Gipsy, Likely Kitty, Silent Asia, Donkey Talk, Mother Batik, Beefy Soup, Lemon Brush, Ants Valley, Blisk Rhythm, Chocolate Kids (inline script), Salmon White, King Lionel, Coaster Quake, Billion Calligraphy, Hallo Oyster, Red Lipstick, Navy Ballad, Osaka Mustache, Rhinos Land, Ole Blizzard (signage script), Zebra Advert, Getsu Magic, Atomic Robusta, Gook Kitt (dry brush script), Handsome Boss, Durian Lovers, Qwerty Ability, Absolute Pink, Sixth Babylon, Yeah Violette (brush script), Newest Oldest, Fiesta Kids, Baking Lion, Rainbow Dreams, December Pastel, Macho Barista, Victory Racket, High Destiny, March Lovers (script).

    Typefaces from 2020: Manila Kiss, Snowy Christmas, Christmas Bell, Kind and Rich, Sushi King, Monicha (a nice inline typeface), Crowny, Feathery, Blue Eyes, Pink Diary (a pink panther script), Rathouly (calligraphic script), Phiscilla, Cutie Cupid, All The Roll, Yellow Rabbit, Play Day, Jacky Shake, Quark Cheese, Ivory Chill, Monkey Act, Delan Gray, Harytian, Kashmir Rosy, Seaside Wave, Aloha Friday (signage script), Say Mooky, Super Yeasty, Handy Ink.

    Typefaces from 2021: Milla Cilla (script), Rose Cake, Suki Yaki, Piasley, Fat Inlove, Myrlissa.

    Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Michael Parson]

    Typogama is the personal foundry of Swiss designer Michael Parson (b. Geneva, Switzerland, 1979), who published these fonts in 2003 as part of Linotype's Taketype 5 collection: Anlinear LT Std Bold, Anlinear LT Std Light, Anlinear LT Std Regular, Arabdream LT Std (Arabic simulation face), ClassicusTitulus LT Std, Hexatype LT Std Bold, Morocco LT Std, Jan LT Std, Ned LT Std, Pargrid LT Std Cross, Pargrid LT Std Regular, Pargrid LT Std Trash, Piercing LT Std Bold, Piercing LT Std Code, Piercing LT Std Regular, Raclette LT Std.

    Most of Parson's fonts cover both Latin and Cyrillic.

    In 2004, he made Clans (T-26, blackletter) and Boulas (T-26).

    In 2006, he released these at T-26: Boutan (Indic simulation face), Heraldry (dingbats), Palm Icons (dingbats for golf), Wingbat (aircraft dingbats).

    In 2007, still at T-26: Heraldry, Thunderbolt 73 through 76 (from techno stencil to techno sans).

    In 2008, at T26: Ealing (geometric sans family, with a hairline), Bauhau (6 weights), Jane (a rounded sans in 12 weights), Quean, Halja (a modular sharp-edged blackletter with illuminated capitals), Faddish (a high-contrast vogue family), Big Boy (11 styles, a slab family from grunge to regular, accompanied by BigSigns, a hand sign font).

    Fonts from 2010: Tinsel (condensed), Rusty (Latin / Cyrillic constructivist typeface inspired by snowboarding), Vindaloo (+Outline, T26), Kimbo (octagonal slabby family), Cyrus (for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic), Calvin (a monoline sans family, +Hairline), Checkpoint (rounded display sans that won an award at Modern Cyrillic 2014), Fuera (2011: a bilined typeface, T26).

    In 2013, he published Selecta (an organic rounded sans, T26), Thunderbolt (an octagonal army style typeface family with a military stencil, T-26), Xcetera (2011), Ignorance (an American 19th century style penmanship font), Psalta (an octagonal blackletter typeface), Nadsat (a geometric display sans with some interlocking letters), Cobono (organic sans), Prox (sans face), Zurika (a wonderful crazy script face), Faddish (T26: a fashion mag typeface), Heraldry (T26), Cedi (YWFT: a hand-printed typeface family with huge multi-character ligature set to simulate real handwriting), Tcho (T26: a soft rounded sans family that covers Latin, Thai, Arabic, Greek and other scripts), Dejecta (a striking scratched titling face, T26), Nedo (2011, a bold prismatic display typeface inspired by the work of Nedo Mion Ferrario in Venezuela), Quam (2012, an elliptical sans family), Pictypo (2012, a useful icon typeface).

    In 2014, he updated the interlocking poster display typeface Tinsel (T26---original from 2010) and published the fantastic cartoon / comic book typeface family Bangbang. Siggy (2014) is a funky typeface. Lale (2014), which won an award in the TDC 2015 Type Design competition, uses the opentype features to set up a font system for flowers. Jane (2014) is a rounded sans typeface family. Vulgat (2014) is a vibrant display typeface based on uncial letterforms. Elsuave is a free rounded piano key typeface.

    Typefaces from 2015: Chickenz, Framez, Jackazz, Raubam (free), Martinaz (signage script).

    Typefaces from 2016: Auro (rounded sans), Dejecta (rough and ragged), Apollonius (a swashy didone), Rosengarten (vintage type influenced by Lucian Barnhard), Deleplace (influenced by didones), Furius (Tuscan style).

    Typefaces from 2017: Kurstiva (an informal sans family), Banja (a plump signage script), Bignoy (Wild West, modernized), Kimbo (octagonal), Mensrea (organic sans with beveled, inline, and various layered and graffiti styles), Nibbles (a food truck-inspired dingbat typeface), Huggy (an art nouveau typeface influenced by the work of Heinrich Heinz).

    Typefaces from 2018: Brinnan (a wide sans), Zoltana (a floriated, abll terminal-laden fancy titling typeface), Genesa, Kufin (a free Kufic emulation typeface), Madden (an angry dry brush poster typeface).

    Typefaces from 2019: Ahsing (oriental look font), Convexion (a creamy display typeface), Vidocq (based on 19th century woodcut styles).

    Typefaces from 2020: Fiducia (inspired by the first Swiss banknotes), Gorgonzo (a creamy bold typeface designed for attention grabbing headlines), Thrifty (a clean minimalist sans family).

    Typefaces from 2021: Oildale (an oily and creamy display typeface), Conica (a fine extra bold condensed poster typeface).

    Typefaces from 2022: Xotor (a double-inline or prismatic font with octagonal outlines).

    Behance link. Klingspor link. Hellofont link. MyFonts link.

    View Michael Parson's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    [Warit Chaiyakul]

    Warit Chaiyakul (Typomancer) is a type designer from Bangkok, Thailand. He created the upright connected script typeface Rhyme Casual (2012) and its unconnected cousin Rhyme Formal (2012).

    All of Warit's typefaces cover Latin and Thai. Warit also designed Wongklom (2012, a rounded sans), Theorem (2012, didone), Charm (2012, serifed face), Conflict (2012, sans), Arch (2012).

    In 2013, he published Acid (an upright script), the rounded didone typeface family Lynx, the hybrid didone family Felis, the rounded humanist sans family Lounge, the calligraphic script family Mist, and the Latin / Thai sans typeface Quark.

    Dawnora (2014, +Initials, +Headline) is a flared swashy display type family. Auxilia (+Condensed) is a geometric sans typeface family.

    Typefaces from 2015: Cline (slab serif and sans), Cline (a slab and sans family), Lince (16 fashion mag typefaces rooted in didones), Felis Script.

    Typefaces from 2016: Eirlys (a sharp-edged typeface with a medieval or Irish character), Conflict (sans), Ounce (a didone typeface), Cloud (some weights are free).

    Typefaces from 2017: Cloud Soft (soft rounded sans; free LightBold weight), Gwyner, Charm (a warm rounded sans).

    Typefaces from 2018: Muirne (a Celtic semi-serif typeface family), Pinala (script and sans duo).

    Typefaces from 2019: Cloud Lucent, Cloud Script (free).

    Typefaces from 2020: Belynos. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Umbreon 126

    Tamagotchi, or Umbreon 126, made several fonts with the aid of FontStruct in 2012 and 2013. These include pixel typefaces (FS Rebellion, FS Rept, FS Comic Mono, FS Flower Shop, FS 126 Serif), but also truly large workhorse typefaces. For example, FS 126 Sans (a pixel sans face) has 4871 characters and covers Nko, Lisu, Armenian, Tai Le, Ogham, Thaana, Georgian, Coptic, Kayah Li, Tifinagh, Samaritan, and Lao. The 3114 glyph pixel typeface FS Semioriginal covers Hiragana, Katakana, Arabic, Armenian, Hebrew, Bopomofo, Georgian, Greek, and Cyrillic. The 2000+ glyph pixel typeface FS Unoriginal covers Hiragana, Katakana, Arabic, Armenian, Hebrew, Bopomofo and Tifinagh. Other typefaces include FS Fat Piano, FS Typ Stencil (piano key face), FS Frakletter (blackletter) and FS Stupid Me (white on black typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Unicode Thai

    CourierThai (1999) in truetype unicode version. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Unity Progress (or: UPC)

    [Dead page.] Unity Progress (UPC), which is located in Bangkok, made these Thai fonts: AngsanaUPCBold, AngsanaUPCBoldItalic, AngsanaUPCItalic, AngsanaUPC, BrowalliaUPCBold, BrowalliaUPCBoldItalic, BrowalliaUPCItalic, BrowalliaUPC, CordiaUPCBold, CordiaUPCBoldItalic, CordiaUPCItalic, CordiaUPC, DilleniaUPCBold, DilleniaUPCBoldItalic, DilleniaUPCItalic, DilleniaUPC, EucrosiaUPCBold, EucrosiaUPCBoldItalic, EucrosiaUPCItalic, EucrosiaUPC, FreesiaUPCBold, FreesiaUPCBoldItalic, FreesiaUPCItalic, FreesiaUPC, IrisUPCBold, IrisUPCBoldItalic, IrisUPCItalic, IrisUPC, JasmineUPCBold, JasmineUPCBoldItalic, JasmineUPCItalic, JasmineUPC, KodchiangUPCBold, KodchiangUPCBoldItalic, KodchiangUPCItalic, KodchiangUPC, LilyUPCBold, LilyUPCBoldItalic, LilyUPCItalic, LilyUPC. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    URW Global

    URW++ Global is the foundry name used by URW++ for a collection of fonts that support a combination of Latin and non-Latin scripts such as Nimbus Sans Thai (2008), and Nimbus Sans ME (2008: Middle Eastern scripts such as Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew and Cyrillic).

    The Korean versions are Nimbus Roman Korean (2014) and Nimbus Sans Korean (2009).

    The Japanese fonts include Nimbus Sans Japanese (2014).

    The Chinese font collection includes the Hanyi fonts: Hanyi Bai Qi Jian (2001, simplified Chinese), Hanyi Bai Qing Jian (simplified Chinese), Hanyi Cai Die Jian, Hanyi Cai Yun Jian, Hanyi Chang Mei Hei Jian, Hanyi Chang Yi Jian, Hanyi Chen Pin Jian, Hanyi Fang Die Jian, Hanyi Fang Li Jian, Hanyi Fang Song, Hanyi Gan Lan Jian, Hanyi Ha Ha Jian, Hanyi Hai Yun Jian, Hanyi Hei, Hanyi Hei Qi Jian, Hanyi Hua Die Jian, Hanyi Huo Chai Jian, Hanyi Hu Po Jian, Hanyi Jia Shu Jian, Hanyi Kai Ti, Hanyi Li Hei Jian, Hanyi Ling Bo Jian, Hanyi Ling Xin Jian, Hanyi Luo Bo Jian, Hanyi Man Bu Jian, Hanyi Mi Mi Jian, Hanyi Nan Gong Jian, Hanyi Qing Yun Jian, Hanyi Shen Gong Jian, Hanyi Shou Jin Shu Jian, Hanyi Shuang Xian Jian, Hanyi Shu Hun Jian, Hanyi Shui Bo Jian, Hanyi Shui Di Jian, Hanyi Shu Tong Jian, Hanyi Song, Hanyi Tai Ji Jian, Hanyi Wa Wa Zhuan Jian, Hanyi Wei Bei Jian, Hanyi Xiao Li Shu Jian, Hanyi Xing Kai, Hanyi Xing Shi Jian, Hanyi Xiu Ying Jian, Hanyi Xue Feng Jian, Hanyi Xue Jun Jian, Hanyi Yan Ling Jian, Hanyi Ya Ya Jian, Hanyi Yuan Die Jian, Hanyi Yuan, Hanyi Zhong Li Shu Jian, Hanyi Zhu Jie Jian, Hanyi Zong Yi Jian. In addition, there are Nimbus Sans Chinese (2014) and Nimbus Roman Chinese. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    URW Nimbus Sans Global

    Between 2005 and 2020, URW developed first URW Nimbus Sans---their take on max Miedinger's Helvetica---and later URW Nimbus Sans Global that covers all major scripts: Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Arabic (+Pashtu, +Urdu), Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Armenian. Each of the seven styles has 65,000 glyphs and costs 2320 Euros (about 2500 dollars) per style. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Vincent Le Moign]

    A vector ornament pack (EPS and AI formats) can be downloaded here. It was made by Vincent Le Moign from Rennes, France, who is now based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. There is an extensive set (for money) and a free sampler set. The ornaments are from George Bruce's catalog from 1882.

    In 2013, he published Printer's Paradise (430 frames and 179 seamless patterns, taken directly from George Bruce's Son & Co Type Catalog (1882)) and Luxurious Flourishes (543 ornaments and 179 frames taken from Specimen Album catalog, by the Charles Derriey French type foundry (1862)).

    There is also a list of links to free vintage fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Vincent Le Moign

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    Vincenzo Vuono

    Cupertino, CA (was: Palermo, Sicily)-based designer of Gravity, a compass-and-ruler font that is going to be used as an official font by Accademia di Belle Arti Palermo. He created the free experimental type family Mun (2012).

    He graduated from the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2015. His graduation project was Ruota (2015). Ruota is a superfamily is designed for the digital era, and intends to harmonize Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Thai and Arabic.

    Behance link. Graphicbox link. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Virach Sornlertlamvanich

    In 1999, Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich made a set of glyphs covering the Thai national standard NF3, in both upright and slanted shape. The collection of glyphs have been made part of GNU intlfonts 1.2 package. The fonts are called Nf3 and Nf3-Italic. Free as part of the Omega Project. Their font was also used for the Thai range (U+0E00-U+0E7F) in the GNU Freefont project. The National Font Project (Yannis Haralambous, Virach Sornlertlamvanich and Anutara Tantraporn) created these typefaces from 1999-2005: Norasi-Bold, Norasi-BoldItalic, Norasi-BoldOblique, Norasi-Italic, Norasi-Oblique, Norasi. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Visarut Yencharone

    Student at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Visual Communication Arts), Thailand, in 2012-2013. Creator of the free font CRU Visarut New (2012).

    Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Vlad Poparlan

    Visual artist based in Bucharest and Bangkok. In 2021, Sasha Iacob and Vlad Poparlan designed the free geometric stencil typeface Fino Black. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Voradesh Yenbut

    Free Thai BDF fonts developed by Voradesh Yenbut. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Vorakit Nontiboot

    Bangkok-based graphic design student who created the hairlined Hexagon (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Voranit Konglikhit
    [Yoba Yabo]

    [More]  ⦿

    Wanthaya Chandaragga

    Graphic designer in bangkok who created the free Thai typeface Bangbon in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Wanthaya Chandaragga

    Bangkok-based designer of the free squarish monoline Thai typeface Wantha (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Warit Chaiyakul

    [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Wasawat Banchongthanakit

    During his studies in Birmingham, UK, Wasawat Banchongthanakit designed a circle-based display typeface (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    [Pol Udomwittayanukul]

    Thai designer, aka Naipol, of Thai and Latin typefaces such NP Naipol All In One (2005), NP Chinese new year (2005, oriental simulation face), NP Grand Opening F0NTDoTCoM (+Italic), Anubal, Naipol Musdical, Naipol Shadow, Naipol Baby 01 through 04, Naipol Thai-Lao), Woodenhead (2005). Some typefaces are also here. Dafont link. Yet another URL. SM Pixxa (2005, pixel face) is here. His 2005 creations: NP-Chinese-new-year, NP-Lovely-Vol.1-Italic, NP-Lovely-Vol.1. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    A corporate URW studio sans family published in 2012. The six-font family sells for over 4000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Wichaya Pintavirooj

    Bangkok, Thailand-based designer of the dog-themed decorative caps typeface Pocky The Corgi (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Widhaya Trisarnwadhana

    Designer of the Umpush family for Thai (2007-2008, NECTEC). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Will Software
    [Rainer Will]

    Rainer Will Softwareentwicklung (Schöffengrund, Germany) developed many school and cursive writing fonts, ca. 1996-2005. They sell their fonts in 10 to 30-font packages, such as handwriting, Altdeutsche schrift, Barcodes, Schulschriften (school fonts). There are also East-European, Cyrillic, Greek, Thai and IPA fonts. Here, we have demos for various programs, and if you download and unzip them, you will discover these alphading fonts: FT-BruchTon, FT-HochztsGlocken, KD-Kaesweich, HB-Kegel, HB-Kegelhardt, HB-Kegelweich, KD-Pilz, KD-Singvogel, and these dingbat fonts: NW-BioBlatt (leaves, 1998), Pikto5 (1997). The caps font IN-Barock is here. Will Software made hundreds of fonts, including the handwriting fonts Jeff and HW Stone (1998), KL-Antiqua2, Old-London, Fraktur. A fuller list, by type:

    • Alte Schriften (blackletter): Black-For, Chevalin, Civotype, Fleisman, Fraktur, German-Script, Germen-Type, Ghiollier, Goethe, Gotik, Gudenberg, Heinrich-Kanzlei, IN-Barock, IN-Barock2, IN-Barock3, IN-Florentine, IN-Fraktur2, IN-Fraktur3, IN-Geometric, IN-Gothic, IN-Gothic1880, IN-Innsbruck, IN-Jugendstil, IN-Jugendstil1920, IN-Jugendstil3, IN-LaRose, IN-OldGothic, IN-Schwabach, IN-Silhouette, IN-Uncial1475, IN-Walbot1, IN-Woodcut, IN-Woodcut2, KL-Antiqua1, KL-Antiqua2, KL-CapitalisQuadrata, KL-Fraktur1, KL-Gotic1, KL-Gotic2, KL-HKursive1, KL-HKursive2, KL-HKursive3, KL-Karolin1, KL-MKursive1, KL-MKursive2, KL-Rotunda1, KL-Rotunda2, KL-Unziale1, KL-Unziale2, Limpach, Luthan, MA-BastardAnglicana, MA-Bastarda1, MA-Bastarda3, MA-Current, MA-FereTextura, MA-GKursiv1, MA-GKursiv2, MA-Gotbuch, MA-Gotic, MA-InsularMinuscule, MA-Kurrent1814, MA-KurrentBarock, MA-Minuskel1, MA-Minuskel2, MA-Schreibschrift1900, MA-Schreibschrift1900Bold, MA-Urkunde, Meriage, Offenbacher, Old-Germen, Old-London, Petjes, Ried, Romand-Genealogie, Schlei, Schwaben, Suetterlin-2, Theudan, Verdn17, Verdn2, Walbot, Zentar-Bold, Zentar.
    • Alte Schriften 2 (more blackletter fonts): AD-AlbrechtDuerer, AD-AltSchwaben, AD-Ballo, AD-Barock1720, AD-Blackpool, AD-British, AD-Burgundy, AD-CalligraphicAntiqua, AD-CalligraphicFraktur, AD-CalligraphicTextura, AD-Celtic, AD-CelticCollege, AD-Coburg1, AD-Coburg2, AD-Diagoth, AD-Dublin900, AD-Fraktur2, AD-GothQuad, AD-Gothisch, AD-Gotisch2, AD-Gotisch3, AD-GottfriedLeibniz, AD-Handschrift1, AD-Handschrift2, AD-Handschrift3, AD-Handschrift4, AD-Handschrift5, AD-Handschrift6, AD-Hans, AD-Herefordshire, AD-Hohenstein, AD-Huddersfield, AD-Italia1650, AD-Kaiser, AD-Odin, AD-Offenbach, AD-OldEire, AD-Patron, AD-Ponti, AD-Renaissance, AD-Sachsen, AD-Stebark, AD-Thingvellir, AD-Toulouse, AD-Turin, AD-University, AD-Wallgau, AD-Zierfraktur, Col-Barock, Col-Barock3, Col-Celtic, Col-Florentine, Col-Fraktur3, Col-Geometric, Col-Gothic, Col-Gothic1880, Col-Jugendstil, Col-Jugendstil1920, Col-Jugendstil3, Col-LaRose, Col-OldGothic, Col-Uncial1475, Col-Woodcut, Col-Woodcut2, Suetterlin-2, Suetterlin-4, Suetterlin.
    • Familienschriften (fonts for kids, alphadings, dingbats): ArGlas3, ArSchatten7, Calos-Glas1, EffOutline, FT-Amor, FT-BruchGlas, FT-BruchTon, FT-GluecksKaefer, FT-GluecksKlee, FT-GluecksSchwein, FT-HerzanHerz, FT-Herzhardt, FT-Herzkranz, FT-Herzweich, FT-HochztsGlocken, FT-HochztsHerz, FT-Karneval, FT-Klecks, FT-Osterhase, FT-Sektknall, FT-Trommler, FT-WeihnachtsBaum, FT-WeihnachtsMann, Fingprnt-1, HB-Brfmarkclassic, HB-Brfmarkhardt, HB-Dart, HB-Fackel, HB-Fechten, HB-Filmklappe, HB-FrzBlattHardt, HB-Kegel, HB-Kegelhardt, HB-Lorbeerkranz, HB-Palette, JD-Halali, JD-Kerbe, JD-Pille, JD-Popblut, JD-Pseudokinese, JD-Pseudonippon, JD-Pseudoruski, JD-Schachhardt, JD-Timur, JD-Wurm, KD-Blumehardt, KD-Esel, KD-Franja, KD-Handschrift, KD-Kaeshardt, KD-Kaesmaus, KD-Katze, KD-LKW, KD-Lamm, KD-Nacht, KD-Obstigel, KD-Schneemann, KD-Zwerg, Revont-Kraeusel1, Teje.
    • Festtagsschriften (holiday-themed fonts): FT-Amor, FT-Babyputte, FT-Babystorch, FT-Bethand, FT-Betkind, FT-BruchGlas, FT-BruchTon, FT-Clownslachen, FT-Cupido, FT-Eihardt, FT-Eikranz, FT-Eiweich, FT-Familienbande, FT-Getreide, FT-GluecksKaefer, FT-GluecksKlee, FT-GluecksSchwein, FT-HerzanHerz, FT-Herzbruch, FT-Herzhardt, FT-Herzkranz, FT-Herzweich, FT-HochztsGlocken, FT-HochztsHardt, FT-HochztsHerz, FT-HochztsJubilaeum, FT-HochztsKranz, FT-HochztsPaar, FT-Hufeisen, FT-Kalenderblatt, FT-Kanzel, FT-Karneval, FT-Kerze, FT-Klecks, FT-Kreuzlamm, FT-Menora, FT-Osterhase, FT-Schule, FT-Sektknall, FT-Spiegelfrau, FT-Spiegelmann, FT-Spukhaus, FT-Torte, FT-Trauerzweig, FT-Trommler, FT-Trompeter, FT-WeihnachtsBaum, FT-WeihnachtsMann, FT-ZuckrtuetHardt, FT-ZuckrtuetWeich, FTH-Fische, FTH-Jungfrau, FTH-Krebs, FTH-Loewe, FTH-Schuetze, FTH-Skorpion, FTH-Steinbock, FTH-Stier, FTH-Waage, FTH-Wassermann, FTH-Widder, FTH-Zwillinge, HB-Fackel, HB-Lorbeerkranz, HW-Handpic, KD-Blumebundt, KD-Lamm, KD-Nacht, KD-Schneemann, SP-Blume, SP-DRHH2, SP-DRHH3, SP-Face, WinterNacht.
    • Geheimschriften (codes or secret fonts): SP-DRBYQuadrat, SP-DRHHQuadrat, SR-Abstrakt1, SR-Abstrakt2, SR-Abstrakt3, SR-Abstrakt4, SR-Abstrakt5, SR-Abstrakt6, SR-Astro, SR-Blatt, SR-Braille, SR-Chaos, SR-ChaosBold, SR-ChaosItalic, SR-Finger, SR-Geheim0, SR-Gesicht, SR-Labyrinth, SR-LabyrinthBold, SR-Marine, SR-Morse, SR-Puzzle, SR-Radierer, SR-Rune, SR-Schatten, SR-Schiffe, SR-Schloss, SR-Schmetterling, SR-Skyline, SR-Strichmann, SR-Tiere, SR-Wabe, SR-WabeBold, SR-Wappen.
    • Handschriften: A1, A2, A3, Agnieszka, F1, F10, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F9, Ghiollier, Goethe, HW-Agilo, HW-Andrew, HW-Brouet, HW-Burg, HW-Clay, HW-Emmi, HW-Feliks, HW-Foster, HW-Guga, HW-Handpic, HW-Harico, HW-Hilly, HW-Jeff, HW-Jesco1, HW-Jesco3, HW-Jesco7, HW-Josh, HW-Marbo, HW-Pablo, HW-Phil, HW-PizPaz, HW-Renate, HW-Sarx, HW-Schneid, HW-Stone, HW-Tolomeo, HW-Tommi, HW-Turandot, HW-Veneto, HW-Vincent, HW-Vogel, HW-Volker, Handwrites-CTrac, KD-Handschrift, KG-Hand, Limpach, Offenbacher, Ried, Rw2, Schlei, Teje, Uggy, Verdn17, Verdn2.
    • Handschriften 2: HW-Alec, HW-Allan, HW-Armand, HW-Bjarne, HW-Brian, HW-Carlo, HW-Cathy, HW-Claude, HW-Danielle, HW-Dario, HW-Eleanor, HW-Enrico, HW-Estelle, HW-Fabio, HW-Federico, HW-Giorgio, HW-Giovanna, HW-Giuliano, HW-Hakon, HW-Harald, HW-Jacques, HW-Jaro, HW-Jelena, HW-Juri, HW-Justine, HW-Kuno, HW-Larissa, HW-Laslo, HW-Lennart, HW-Lizzy, HW-Luitpold, HW-Manolo, HW-Marcello, HW-Murielle, HW-Nadine, HW-Paolo, HW-Pascal, HW-Pietro, HW-Roxana, HW-Thery, HW-Valerian, HW-Vittorio, HW-Wally, HW-Wilma.
    • Schulschriften (lined fonts, didactic fonts): DR-HH, DR-HH1, DR-HH1Bold, DR-HH2, DR-HH2Bold, DR-HH3, DR-HH3Bold, DR-HH4, DR-HH4Bold, DR-HHBold, DR-HHEl, DR-HHEl1, DR-HHEl1Bold, DR-HHEl2, DR-HHEl2Bold, DR-HHEl2Italic, DR-HHEl3, DR-HHEl3Bold, DR-HHEl3Italic, DR-HHEl4, DR-HHEl4Bold, DR-HHEl4Italic, DR-HHElBold, DR-HHElItalic, DR-HHOL, LA-El, LA-El1, LA-El1Bold, LA-El2, LA-El2Bold, LA-El3, LA-El3Bold, LA-El4, LA-El4Bold, LA-ElBold, LA-ElOL, MA-Schreibschrift1900, Offenbacher, SAS-1, SAS-2, SAS-2Bold, SAS-3, SAS-3Bold, SAS-4, SAS-4Bold, SAS-Bold, SAS-OL, SAS, SP-AnlEssen, SP-AnlHaus, SP-AnlTiere, SP-Anlaut1, SP-Anlaut2, SP-Anlaut8, SP-Anlaut9, SP-Bear, SP-Blume, SP-DRHH1, SP-DRHH2, SP-DRHH3, SP-DRHHKubik, SP-DRHHQuadrat, SP-Dino, SP-Face, SP-VAKubik, SP-VAQuadrat, SPAnlMensch, Suetterlin-2, Suetterlin-4, Suetterlin, VA-Ansi, VA-Pe, VA-Pe1, VA-Pe1Bold, VA-Pe2, VA-Pe2Bold, VA-Pe3, VA-Pe3Bold, VA-Pe4, VA-Pe4Bold, VA-PeA, VA-PeABold, VA-PeBold, VA-PeOL.
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    Wisit Potiwat

    Or Wisit Po. Graphic designer in Bangkok and lecturer at BanSomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University (BSRU). Creator of these typefaces, nearly all for both Latin and Thai:

    • The eroded Wabi Sabi Marker typeface (2016).
    • The free Latin / Thai script typeface Mi Teiying Script (2016).
    • The free Latin / Thai sans display typeface WP Domino Novel (2015).
    • The free Latin / Thai sans typeface BSRU Bansomdej (2015).
    • Sri Sury Wongse (2016). For Latin and Thai.
    • Chalom (2017). For Latin and Thai. A rounded poster sans published by Ziam Type.
    • Mumchak (2017).
    • Jack Rough (2017). Published at Ziam Type as ZT Jack.
    • Bukan Rustic Script (2017).
    • Tone (2018). A Latin / Thai sans typeface family.
    • ZT Yos (2018, at Ziam Type). For Latin and Thai, ZT Yos is being promoted as Bangkok Deco.
    • The organic sans typeface ZT SomChan (2018).
    • The bespoke typeface Akkara (2019) for a clothing line.
    • The bespoke typeface Chann (2019).
    • Sukh (2020). For Latin and Thai.
    • Plearn Slip (2020). Hand-printed.
    • Laph (2020).
    • San Sern (2019). An award-winning halftone font.
    • BSRU Pro (2020).
    • Calm (2020).
    • The bespoke typeface Wu (2020) for Wu Restaurant.
    • Kin (2022). A Latin / Thai typeface.
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    Women Family

    Thai font archive: 00SOS, 01SOS, 02SOS, 03SOS, 04SOS, 04b03b, 04b09, 04b19, 04b20, 04b21, 04b30, 04b31, 05SOS, 06SOS, 07SOS, 08SOS, 09SOS, 10SOS, 11SOS, 12SOS, 13SOS, 14SOS, 15SOS, 15thAccident, 16SOS, 17SOS, 18SOS, 1979, 19SOS, 20SOS, DS-AdiRek, DS-Ampun, DS-AnoThai, DS-AnuRug, DS-Arkorn, DS-Arluk, DS-Erawan-Hollow, DS-Erawan, DS-Lily, DS-MatiChon, DS-Modern, DS-Montana, DS-NamKang, DS-PatPong, DS-PatiMoke, DS-SaThorn, DS-Silom-Bold, DS-Silom-Hollow, DS-Wisaka, DSAdiRekas, DSAmpunas, DSAnoThaias, DSAnuRugas, DSArkornas, DSArlukas, DSCologne-Condas, DSDeChoas, DSDusitas, DSErawan-Hollowas, DSErawanas, DSFreeHandas, DSFreeJackas, DSIsaraPhapas, DSJumParas, DSKaMonas, DSKrungKaSameas, DSLaiThaias, DSLilyas, DSMaiThaias, DSMatiChonas, DSModernas, DSMontanaas, DSNamKangas, DSOrchidas, DSPatPongas, DSPatiMoke-Condas, DSPatiMokeas, DSPisitas, DSPreeChaas, DSRatburanaas, DSRibbonas, DSSaThornas, DSSaiMaias, DSSiamSquareas, DSSilom-Hollowas, DSSilomas-Bold, DSSingleas, DSSuksaWatas, DSThaiRatas, DSU_MonTaNa, DSWattanaas-Italic, DSWisakaas, DSYaoWaRatas. The DS fonts are by Dusit Supasawat, DSoft. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Worachet Deeyai

    Bangkok-based designer of the Thai typeface Bangna (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Worawit Kontrakoon

    Modified Thai fonts being developed by Worawit Kontrakoon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Wuttisak Sukmorn

    Illustrator in Bangkok, who drew an illustrated human figurine alphabet called Ramayana (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    A corporate geometric URW studio sans family published in 2012. The three-font family sells for over 5000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. URW++ is authorized by the Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG to deliver the new corporate fonts to external service providers of Würth on the basis of royalty payment. Würth covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Yannis Haralambous

    Metafont/TEX font and font software developer, specializing in non-Latin fonts and their integration in TEX. Ran Atelier Fluxus Virus in Lille, France. Codeveloper of the Omega typesetting system which includes the Omega Font Family (type 1). Since 2001, professor of Computer Science at the École Nationale Supérieure des Telecommunications de Bretagne in Brest. He is the author of the 1000+-page text Fontes et codages (O'Reilly, 2004), which was translated by P. Scott Horne with the English title Fonts & encodings. From Unicode to Advanced Typography and Everything in Between (2007, O'Reilly). See also here. Also author of Keeping Greek Typography Alive, an article presented at the 1st International Conference on Typography and Visual Communication held in Thessaloniki in June 2002.

    Yannis Haralambous and John Plaice are the authors of Omega typesetting system, which is an extension of TeX. Its first release, aims primarily at improving TeX's multilingual abilities. In Omega all characters and pointers into data-structures are 16-bit wide, instead of 8-bit, thereby eliminating many of the trivial limitations of TeX. Omega also allows multiple input and output character sets, and uses programmable filters to translate from one encoding to another, to perform contextual analysis, etc. Internally, Omega uses the universal 16-bit Unicode standard character set, based on ISO-10646. These improvements not only make it a lot easier for TeX users to cope with multiple or complex languages, like Arabic, Indic, Khmer, Chinese, Japanese or Korean, in one document, but will also form the basis for future developments in other areas, such as native color support and hypertext features. ... Fonts for UT1 (omlgc family) and UT2 (omah family) are under development: these fonts are in PostScript format and visually close to Times and Helvetica font families.

    Author of From Unicode to Typography, a Case Study the Greek Script, an informatice article written in 1999.

    Active participant in the GNU Freefont project. With John Plaice, he contributed to these Unicode ranges:

    • Latin Extended-B (U+0180-U+024F)
    • IPA Extensions (U+0250-U+02AF)
    • Greek (U+0370-U+03FF)
    • Armenian (U+0530-U+058F)
    • Hebrew (U+0590-U+05FF)
    • Arabic (U+0600-U+06FF)
    • Currency Symbols (U+20A0-U+20CF)
    • Arabic Presentation Forms-A (U+FB50-U+FDFF)
    • Arabic Presentation Forms-B (U+FE70-U+FEFF)
    He also added glyphs for Sinhala (U+0D80-U+0DFF). In 1999, Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich made a set of glyphs covering the Thai national standard Nf3, in both upright and slanted shape. Range: Thai (U+0E00-U+0E7F). These too are in the GNU Freefont family. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Yoba Yabo
    [Voranit Konglikhit]

    Voranit Konglikhit (Yoba Yabo) is a Thai graphic designer in Bangkok. Design student at Rangsit University. Behance link. Creator of Origami (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Yuanchen Jiang

    Yuanchen Jiang is a designer working in graphic design, motion, branding and storytelling, who is based in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of Yale University School of Art (MFA), class of 2015, and China Central Academy of Fine Art (BFA). Developer of a series of typefaces for The Jungle Book movie (2016). These cover Latin, Japanese, Chinese and Thai. In 2017, Jungle was published at MyFonts.

    He also designed the vintage high-contrast Latin typeface Antiqua Roman (2015) which is based on letters drawn by Fritz Helmuth Ehmcke in 1907.

    In 2018, Yuanchen designed Mary Roman and AI. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Zawgyi.net&Alpha Mandalay

    Makers of Zawgyi One (2005), a modification of Tahoma to cover Burmese / Latin / Greek / Cyrillic / Vietnamese / Thai. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Zena C

    Bangkok-based designer of a few experimental Latin typefaces in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Zhang Miao

    Type designer. Finder is a multiscript typeface developed in 2020 at Black Foundry by Jérémie Hornus, Gaëtan Baehr, Changchun Ye and Zhang Miao. This neutral sans is intended for interface design, and covers Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hangul, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Simplified Chinese, Thai and Traditional Chinese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ziam Type
    [Theerawat "Aksornsanan" Pojvibulsiri]

    Thai type foundry specializing in Thai / Latin typefaces. It carries mostly typefaces by Theerawat "Aksornsanan" Pojvibulsiri. The list per designer:

    • Krissada Wongse-Araya: ZT Reab (2018).
    • Wisit Po: ZT Bukan Script (2018), ZT Chalom (2017), ZT Tone (2018), ZT Jack (2018), ZT SomChan (2018), ZT Yos (2018-2019).
    • Zooddooz: ZT ZoodSiam (2018).
    • Arwin Intrungsi: ZT Leelas (2014), ZT Texnic (2018), ZT October (2018), ZT Chanya (2018), ZT Lekdud (2018).
    • Pairoj Theeraprapa: T Sidsamnoh (2018: rough script), ZT Relaxi (2018: script), ZT Easy (2018: script), ZT Past (2018: grungy sans), ZT Zabing (2018: script), ZT Zabud (2018: brush script), ZT SU72yr (2018), ZT Klin Folk (2018), ZT Condo (2018), ZT Doodee (2018).
    • Panot Thongprasert: ZT Stang (2018: inspired by the letters on satang coins), ZT Chetupon (2018), ZT Jaokhun Oldstyle (2018), ZT Jaokhun Modern (2018), ZT Sandee (2018).
    • Theerawat "Aksornsanan" Pojvibulsiri: ZT Sri Nakhon (2018), ZT Narumit (2018: winner of a Demark 2018 design excellence award), ZT Anussaowaree (2018: winner of a Demark 2018 design excellence award), ZT QQ (2018), ZT Puan & Seri (2016), ZT Soponpipat (2016), ZT New Odeon (2015), ZT Gaijae Nouveau (2015), ZT Oag Sam Sorg (2015, an inline typeface).
    • Puangroi Abhaiwongse: ZT Khun Saibua (2018).
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    Zood Dooz
    [Sansern Rianthong]

    Sansern Rianthong (aka Zood Dooz) is the Nakhon Sawan, Thailand and Melbourne, Australia-based designer of the constructivist Latin/Thai typeface Zood Rangmah (2013), which was influenced by the Cyrillic typeface in Jean-Jacques Arnaud's movie The Enemy. He also made the Latin/Thai typeface Zood Putorn (2013).

    In 2016, he designed the pixelish video game typeface ZoodMoomChak for Latin and Thai.

    Typefaces from 2017: Zood Rangmah Mak (an octagonal typeface with a stencil companion).

    Typefaces from 2018: ZT Zood Siam (at Ziam Type). [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Young Thai designer, b. 1994. She created the children's handwriting typeface chalingD (2009), and the pixel fonts pixynel (2008), spepixy (2008), sspepixy (2008). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿


    Thai font archive. Has CourierMonoThai, CourierProportionalThai, DBThaiText, DBThaiTextBold, DBThaiTextExtra, DBXThaiText, DBXThaiTextBold, EBCDICMonoThai, FixedDBThaiText, FixedDBThaiTextNew, ModSSS, ModSSSMono, PWThaiMonospacedEG, Phaisarn (by Phaisarn Techajaruwong), Phaisarn97, Phaisarn98, PhaisarnFixed, PhaisarnMono, Thaimono, Thaiprop, TATM001, TATM002. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿