What is the Mosler font?
Inspired by the interior of a now defunct Mosler Safe Company bank vault door located inside of what is now an Irish Pub in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Mosler is a typeface that is impenetrability incarnate. This all uppercase, slab-serif brawny beauty comes in four weights – Safe, Strongbox, Vault, and Fortress, and each one is more powerful than the last. Each weight has 450 glyphs included, making for a whopping 1800 glyphs for the full family, complete with small capitals, total support for nearly 80 different languages, decorative word glyphs, and a handful of select alternates. Ranging from the low contrast of the “Safe” weight to the extreme contrast of the “Fortress” weight, Mosler is effective in a wide array of applications but serves best as a titling, headlining, or display face that need to make a mammoth statement. More…
Uppercase Only with Small Capitals
Numerals, Punctuation & Symbols
450 Characters per Style
Stylistic Alternates and Word Glyphs
Supports 75+ Latin Languages
Designed and Developed by Jason Carne
Mosler Font families
The Mosler includes the following font families:
- Mosler Fortress
- Mosler Safe
- Mosler Strongbox
- Mosler Vault
Here is a preview of how Mosler will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.