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Free Font Friday: Setta

by Margaret Penney | April 7, 2017

Handwritten script fonts continue to be incredibly popular right and used widely for a range of project types from branding to editorial, brochure, and poster design. Setta, a free script typeface, is on par in quality to many premium ones and a good addition to your design kit.

Setta, designed by Ian Mikraz, is a contemporary calligraphy font with a charming and natural elegance. The letter forms have swashes that resemble curlicues and the letters connect with a backwards and forward tilting flow — giving the font design motion and energy.

Setta is a fully-featured open type font and has 244 glyphs and 69 alternate characters with stylistic alternates and standard ligatures. Setta would be a good choice for personal, boutique, and gourmet food for beverage and restaurant and cafe branding projects. It also would be a good choice for invitation and stationery design.




Margaret Penney is the Managing Editor of Notes on Design. Margaret is a teacher, designer, writer and new media artist and founder of Hello Creative Co.


If you are interested in learning to use typography, Sessions College offers Basic Typography and Advanced Typography courses as well as a course in Web Typography.  Contact Admissions for more information.

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