It’s a simple truth: I love fonts.

A font can do a lot of heavy lifting. The right font, in the right hands, can create harmony or discord, make a product seem folksy or futuristic, convey a sense of trust or levity, or make a writer’s words appear more sophisticated-looking or downright silly.

As much as I love fonts, I’m head-over-heels for good fonts at a great price. has the 162 font Artegra Sans family on sale for $49.80. Artegra Sans is normally priced at  $25.00 per font or $249. for the family. (There’s no word on how long the sale will last.)


From the studio of Turkish type designer, Ceyhun Biribnci, Artegra Sans was designed between 2014-2017. He started the project started with the idea of making one of the most comprehensive typeface families in the world while maintaining top quality in design. Artegra Sans does exactly that, offering quality in quantity in a total of 162 fonts.

There are 9 weights along with their matching true italics in normal, condensed and extended widths. More than 1500 glyphs per font offers a wide range of language support from Latin to Cyrillic languages, as well as many Opentype features such as true small caps, stylistic alternates, ordinals, language localisations (for Polish, Dutch, Catalan, Romanian, Moldovian, Turkish, Azeri, Kazakh, Tatar), unlimited fractions, denominators, superscripts and subscripts. Separately created alternates and small caps versions of each font allows users to use these styles, even in software with no access to OpenType features.

Each glyph was designed with the utmost care to meet the highest quality expectations, making Artegra Sans a unique typeface not only in magnitude but in usefulness and readability as well. It’s beautiful to look at and easy to read; it can be used for both display and text purposes. It’s a perfect choice for branding, magazines, posters, advertising, web and mobile application design, packaging design and more.

For more detailed information you can download the Buyer’s Guide and Compendium PDFs from the gallery section and watch this motion graphics video: