Classic Font: Moravia

Our Alphons Mucha package was originally released in 1997. One of the most interesting original fonts included in the package was Moravia which was based on poster lettering Mucha did later in his career. We’ve just updated the Mucha package and as a featued font to go with it we’re offering a cleaned up and revised version of Moravia as well.

Moravia is similar in style to some of our most familiar fonts based on Mucha’s lettering likeWe have several other fonts in the same tradition like Abaddon and Gehenna, which are also in the Mucha package, but it is more ornate and more decorative.

Best of all, you can try the demo version of Moravia for free, or order the full version online.

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