Characterised by strong shapes and contrasting elements, Beirut is built upon an innovative calligraphic principle.
This font consists of two designs: the display version, suitable for expressive titles, and the text version, optimised for easy reading at smaller sizes. Beirut’s unique style stands out both in print and on screens.
The typeface is available as individual weights and as a variable font with a Light → Black axis. The family package includes variable fonts.
Desktop: otf (PS)
Variable Desktop: TTF-Variable-Font
Web: woff / woff2 /
Web Variable: woff / woff2
App: otf (PS) / TTF-Variable-Font
Variable App: TTF-Variable-Font
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Featured on our blog: A beautiful art book about the artist Jared Bark and his book towers, set in Beirut Display.
Featured on our blog: The Lugano based designer Luciano Marx used Beirut Display for Artificio, a ten day event showcasing contemporary design from Ticino.