Morvem – A Stylish Display Font Family

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Proudley Presents “Morvem” font family. Inspired by hi-contrast bold retro typeface on early 70’s-80’s. Had experiment adding fluid shape to make it more modern and dynamic, the idea is make a balance blend of “something old, something new”.

This font is powered with **opentype features**, such as;

– 100 ligatures, 2 characters will automatically changed into special characters. Easy to use right, no need magic skill.

– 105 alternates characters to use (uppercase & lowercase).

Included in this set.

Total Included with your purchase is 19 typeface;

  • Morvem OTF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem TTF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem WOFF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem Italic WOFF2 (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem Italic OTF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem Italic TTF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem Italic WOFF (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).
  • Morvem Italic WOFF2 (thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold).

Zipped File Size 6.9 MB

File Types Included: OTF, TTF, WOFF, WOFF2

Supported Languages: English, Southeast Asia, Western Europe

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    Alfonso Philippe

    An excellent typeface.

    I think there’s an error in the description above. “Bold” is listed twice as one of the font variants. One of these should be called “black” instead?

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    • Gina Tomes

      That’s great to hear Alfonso! Thank you so much for spotting this – our Product Team have updated the description :)

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      • Alfonso Philippe

        You got it wrong.
        Instead of replacing one of the “bold” with black, you just removed it entirely. If you look at the whole typeface—it has 9 font variants (18 if you count the italics): thin, extra light, light, regular, medium, semi bold, bold, extra bold…AND…black!

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        • Gina Tomes

          Thank you for coming back to me Alfonso. The description on the page is provided from the designer, and our Product Team were able to correct the additional “bold” within the description. We can certainly correct this once this is provided from the designer :)

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          • Alfonso Philippe

            Look…I’ve already wasted more time on this issue than I care to.

            When I first raised the problem with the erroneous description, you quickly removed the extra ‘bold’—but now you essentially claim it’s out of your hands because the change needs to be provided by the designer?

            But as I mentioned: Look into the Font! That’s all you need to do. Open up the Morvem Typeface family and SEE what fonts are in there! I already bought it, so I was able to examine what each font variant is named. And…yes, there are, in fact, nine font variants, one of them being…wait for it…BLACK!

            Even if you don’t want to look into the contents of the typeface, you can easily find out by going to well-known sites that sell fonts, places like myfonts.com and linotype.com, and Morvem’s font variants are listed—just as I describe.

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            • Gina Tomes

              Hey Alfonso,

              Thank you so much for taking the time to come back to me. I have popped an email back to you on this to clarify further :) We always super appreciate your help!

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