Paratype releases PT Mono typeface

Paratype releases PT Mono typeface

Somewhat traditionally at the end of the year Paratype released another free open source font; this time it's PT Mono, an episode 3 next to PT Sans and PT Serif.

The OpenType/TrueType font was created by Alexandra Korolkova and Bella Chaeva with support from Google.

Use of PT Mono in text

PT Mono has a rather nice coverage of Latin with various additions for Western European languages, Cyrillics, maths symbols and more, and is originally intended to be used on e-government websites and in official documents.

Larger samples of PT Mono

Just like PT Sans and PT Serif it's available under terms of both OFL-like license and OFL itself. There are also versions for Web in EOT, WOFF and SVG Font formats with an example of use:

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  1. Nikolaus Waxweiler 11 February 2012 at 9:40 pm

    I love it when foundries release high quality stuff for free :) Thanks for the heads-up!

  2. Yupp..
    Already use it. Still my best.