What is the Archiva font?
Archiva Regular – Archiva Italic – Archiva Bold – Archiva Bold Rounded – Archiva Wide Rounded – Archiva Dropline – Archiva Stencil – Archiva Worn – Archiva Outline is the eighth font family created by American Graphic Designer Tom Nikosey. Tom specializes in lettering, typographic design & illustration for branding and trademarks. New from CozyFonts Foundry. More…
Archiva was designed to maximize limited horizontal space reserved for text, type, or headlines, titles and label wording. The Archiva Family is perfect for Labels, headlines, ads and especially signage. The 9 members of the Archiva Font Family maintain a consistency and likeness to each other in form and dynamics but yet each member of the family has it’s own individual personality. Archiva derived from the word archival or place where records are kept. Archiva is the Greek word for Archive.
The x-height and organized glyph consistency enables the user to keep files organized and clean much like an archive. Caps and numbers work extremely well together also. There are over 300 glyphs contained in each of the 9 variations of Archiva© by CozyFonts and they work in over 70 Languages.
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Archiva Font families
The Archiva font includes the following font families:
- Archiva Italic
- Archiva Bold
- Archiva Bold Rounded
- Archiva Wide Rounded
- Archiva Dropline
- Archiva Stencil Bold
- Archiva Bold Worn
- Archiva Outline Medium
Here is a preview of how Archiva will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.