Download your bonus Free Goods before time runs out!
0 Days
0 Hrs
0 Min
0 Secs

Marpesia

Marpesia is a hand drawn calligraphy typeface designed with Gillott 170 nib. It combines classic and modern calligraphy styles and it is suitable for a variety of applications such as logos, stationery design, invitations, labels, merchandise products, etc.

Marpesia Pro contains 590+ glyphs with initial and terminal letters (stylistic class 01 & 02), stylistic alternates and standard ligatures. It supports Greek, Central, Eastern, Western European, Baltic and Turkish languages and delivered in Opentype and Truetype format. The font is fully unicode-mapped (PUA encoded).

You can see the complete character set here: https://goo.gl/ajvpH3

To access the OpenType features, it is recommened to use an OpenType application such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, CorelDraw etc. You may find more details here: https://support.creativemarket.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002663093#opentype

  • Marpesia Pro otf (400)

{{ pagination.totalCount }} Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment.
Prev
Next

Showing {{ pagination.fromCount }} - {{ pagination.toCount }} of {{ pagination.totalCount }}

How do I contact support?

If you need help with a product contact the shop owner here on the product page! Just click the Message icon on the upper right. For anything else visit our FAQ

How do I install a font?

After you unzip your font product files, you will see .OTF or .TTF files. To install a font, just double click on the OTF or TTF file. For more information, check out our Font FAQ.

If you’re still having trouble installing the font, please contact the Shop Owner or Creative Market Support.

What software do I need to use this font?

When a font is installed on your computer, it can be used with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. For additional details on OTF special features and installing your new font, check out the Font FAQ.