Maragsâ ✷

801 ratings
I want this!

Maragsâ ✷

John David Maza • Type Design
801 ratings

Maragsâ is a typeface that owes its form to one of the accent marks used as a guide to the correct pronunciation of Filipino words—the pakupyâ accent—whose tapered tips heralded the sharp edges, hastily-flowing strokes, and abrupt cuts in the characters, similar to the manner words with the stress should be spoken.   

📋 Licensing (overview)     Free for personal and commercial use / Pay-what-you-can

Scan QR (GCash, Maya)

🇵🇭 Made in the Philippines 

View project on Behance  → tinyurl.com/Maragsa
Share using the link → gum.co/Maragsa
Follow my work on Behance • Instagram 

You might also like:

ɪɴꜰᴏ      ᴀʟʟ ꜰᴏɴᴛs 

I want this!
Writing System
Latin alphabet
Language Support
Afrikaans Albanian Asu Basque Bemba Bena Breton Chiga Cornish Danish Dutch English Estonian Filipino Finnish Friulian Galician Gusii Indonesian Irish Italian Kabuverdianu Kalenjin Kinyarwanda Luo Luxembourgish Luyia Machame Makhuwa-Meetto Makonde Malagasy Manx Morisyen North Ndebele Norwegian Bokmål Norwegian Nynorsk Nyankole Oromo Portuguese Quechua Romansh Rombo Rundi Rwa Samburu Sango Sangu Scottish Gaelic Sena Shambala Shona Soga Somali Spanish Swahili Swedish Swiss German Taita Teso Uzbek (Latin) Volapük Vunjo Zulu


(801 ratings)
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star