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    Mirador is a powerful neoclassical font family designed for various usages — ranging from editorial and corporate design to web, interaction and … Read More
    Mirador is a powerful neoclassical font family designed for various usages — ranging from editorial and corporate design to web, interaction and product design. It is a contemporary take on high contrast typefaces that have never gone out of style — defined by elegance, tradition and timelessness. Although Mirador seems to be a display font at first glance, its proportions and design reveal a powerful and characteristic workhorse when set in smaller sizes. Mirador comes in 10 weights with matching italics. It is equipped with ligatures, a large set of alternative glyphs and many more opentype features. Read Less
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Mirador.
A neoclassical serif.

Mirador is a powerful neoclassical font family designed for various usages. It is a contemporary take on high contrast typefaces featuring wedge serifs, a large x-height and many opentype features. Mirador comes in 10 weights with matching italics.

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Characteristics

As a product of tradition and modern interpretation, Mirador comes with a classical double story lowercase 'g', a tail on lowercase 'l', a lifted apex on uppercase 'M', round dots and most importantly, wedge shaped serifs. In order to achieve a compact and strong appearance, Mirador has a large x-height with small ascenders and descenders.


Alternatives

Alternative glyphs are a great way to add a distinctive tone in certain fields of application. Mostly, these additional characters are limited to a few glyphs only. Mirador takes the next step and offers 25 unique alternatives — all with their diacritic counterparts.


Opentype

Mirador comes with a large set of opentype features enabling the usage of small caps, localized forms, various numeral sets, slashed zero’s, case sensitive forms, fractions and many more.


Ligatures

Ligatures are not only beautiful special characters but they help fixing the problem of colliding glyphs. Although one of the most common glyph combination f/i works in Mirador without a ligature, combinations like, f/b, f/l or f/k have standard build in ligature substitutions.


Languages

The family supports all european and western languages and comes with 800+ glyphs per font.