The League of Moveable Type

The original, the first,
the open-source font foundry.

Open-Source Fonts • Est. 2009 • Trusted & Used By

  • Wired Magazine
  • .net magazine
  • Discovery Channel
  • World Health Organization
  • Subway
  • DC Comics
  • Warner Bros
  • Barbie
  • Instagram
  • E! Network
  • American Airlines
  • 7 Eleven
  • The Hunger Games
  • ZD Net
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Lewis Howes
  • Masterclass
  • Whole Foods
  • Progressive
  • Pitchfork
  • Tresemmé
  • Adele
  • Insomnia Cookies
  • Jack Ryan
  • Mapquest
  • Yummly
  • Lady Gaga

Back in February 2009 — when designers were just gaining the ability to put custom fonts on the web, we opened our doors with a font, a manifesto, and what was, at the time, a rebellious calling:

To raise the design standards of the web.

We're proud to have kicked off that revolution, and care deeply about good typography and empowering everyone with great design skills.

And we're proud at how far we've come — where the list of companies above is just a tiny subset of all the people & places who've used & featured our fonts.

The whole catalogue of carefully-picked fonts are free to use however and wherever you need, to build on and learn from. Our font pages have FAQ's and all manner of details to help get you started.

Our courses and membership are designed to help you level up your skills, and become a more confident designer.

If you're interested & want to support us, plus learn about type & design — become a member or check out our free Weekly Typographic newsletter.

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