Mandarin font family

Designed by Type Founders of Chicago

About Mandarin font family

Mandarin font first appeared with the Type Founders of Chicago and is an interpretation of artistically drawn Asian brush calligraphy.
The stylized Asian atmosphere is not created only by the forms of the figures but also by the very name of the typeface. A mandarin was a high official of the ancient Chinese empire.
Alphabets like Mandarin font are often used for the menus, signs and advertisements of Asian restaurants as well as for businesses with Asian products.
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Font Feature: Exotic, Chinese-Styled Fonts


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1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Mandarin Regular

-  2 variants
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