In this post, we would like to introduce you to another sans-serif typeface that is known as Halis Grotesque Font. This is the design of the famous Turkish type designer Ahmet Altun and released in 2012.
This is the small font family that comes with only eight weights of Typical and Italic. The meaning of this font name is “pure, clean.” The Halis Grotesque Font Family has the new Turkish Lira Sign as well as an alternative ampersand created by Prof.
This Grotesque Font is one of the most utilized Webfont that is really much similar to the Josefin Sans, and many more fonts. This rounded typeface is available for free and light and the bold weight of this typeface is mostly used.
View of Halis Grotesque Font
With the Font Family, you can create beautiful works for the web, including logos, banners, body copy, and presentations.
- App design
- Posters, banners, and billboards
- Retail store interiors
- Signage and trade show displays
|Name||Halis Grotesque Font|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
This Font is totally a free font for personal use. No license, sign up or registration is required for your personal use. But in case of commercial use, a license is highly recommended.
Halis Grotesque Font Free Download
This is a free typeface that is available with a single click on the below download button.
Similar Fonts to Halis Grotesque
- MTT Milano.
- Brandon Grotesque.
- Josefin Sans.
- Core Sans.
Font Family Includes
- Halis GR Regular
- Halis GR Regular Italic
- Halis GR Book
- Halis GR Book Italic
- Halis GR Thin
- Halis GR Thin Italic
- Halis GR ExtraLight
- Halis GR ExtraLight Italic
- Halis GR Light
- Halis GR Light Italic
- Halis GR Medium
- Halis GR Medium Italic
- Halis GR Bold
- Halis GR Bold Italic
- Halis GR Black
- Halis GR Black Italic
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What Type of Font Is Halis Grotesque?
This is a sans-serif typeface designed in 2012 by Turkish type designer Ahmet Altun.
Can I Use This Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Halis Grotesque website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
What’s the Closest Font to Halis Grotesque?
The Brandon Grotesque Font is very close to the Halis Grotesque font.
How to Install This Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?
Here we are sharing a detailed guide about the installation of this font in MS Word as well as in Adobe.