Pona

The classic-looking serif text family

Pona is a free interpretation of

some of the best-known serif fonts,

including Times, Georgia, Plantin,

Baskerville or Garamond.

Its delicate letter forms possess

a generous x-height and moderate

contrast, so it performs well in

small sizes or at low resolution. 


Text set in Pona has an even grey

value and a warm, crunchy texture.

This slightly idiosyncratic typeface

reads smoothly and comfortably.


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Glyphs uppercase


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Glyphs lowercase


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Small caps


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