Kisba Nova, a serif font family that attracts attention with spiky serifs and soft ball terminals.

Designed in 2021 by Moritz Kleinsorge of foundry Identity Letters, Kisba Nova has been created with the intention to attract attention. The Kisba Nova font family masterfully combines sharp wedge serifs and spiky spurs with soft and round ball terminals. Infused by the contrast of neoclassical strokes, this unique typeface provides visual extremes for your typographic work. Kisba Nova comes in two optical sizes (Headline and Text) to make it look great in every situation.

Made for sizes of 24 Pt. and beyond, the Kisba Nova Headline subfamily consists of seven weights ranging from Thin to Black. The extraordinarily designed, thin and monolinear diacritics, punctuation marks, and symbols underline this modern and elegant style. Equipped with numerous OpenType features including a large set of ligatures, extended language support, case-sensitive forms, different sets of figures and arrows, Kisba Nova Headline enables sensational designs in both web and print projects.

The Kisba Nova Text subfamily also consists of seven weights ranging from Thin to Black. It offers countless possibilities for use in body texts and subheadings. Just like its headline companion, it also comes with plenty of OpenType features such as many ligatures, extended language support, case-sensitive forms, different sets of figures and arrows. This way, it also enables sensational designs in web and print layouts. The Kisba Nova Text subfamily is characterized by decreased contrast, more generous letter proportions, and wider spacing.

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Kisba Nova font family by Identity Letters.
Kisba Nova font family by Identity Letters.

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