Miriam Libre is a mono-linear Hebrew and Latin sans serif font family with two weights, Regular and Bold. The Hebrew design is a revival of the original Miriam typeface published in 1908 by Raphael Frank. Miriam Libre brings this design into the 21st century: proportions are redesigned; unnnecessary elements were removed for a more clean appearance, while keeping the original unique personality; more soft curves replace some of the “square” mechanical ones. The Latin design is original and made to fit the Hebrew and meet the contemporary needs of a bi-lingual font family.
The Miriam Libre project is led by Michal Sahar, a type designer based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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|MiriamLibre-Regular.ttf ||74 KB ||Font File ||download|
|MiriamLibre-Bold.ttf ||72 KB ||Font File ||download|