Migra Serif Takes Flight

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With its policy of giving anyone top-shelf type for personal use—thus allowing designers to become intimately familiar with a font’s full range of capabilities before acquiring it for a commercial project—the Pangram Pangram foundry has always done things differently.

And their latest typeface is delightfully different.

Migra Serif, designed by Valerio Monopoli, is a quirky and beautiful face inspired by the features of migratory birds.

“Its weights span from an austere and elegant light cut to a hawkish and powerful black one,” the foundry writes. “Packed with a set of even more gestural italics and sundry special ligatures, this typeface is guaranteed to add sparkle and grace to any of your designs.”

With eight Roman styles and eight italic styles, alongside 568 glyphs, our hearts are aflutter.

Grab a copy here.