Lora Webfont · 16 samples

Lora is a serif font. It goes well with Open Sans, Montserrat, Aktiv Grotesk, Wotford, Poppins, TT Commons, Santis, Circular, Texta and Gotham Rounded. If you're thinking about using Lora then try Give 15px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as design, magazine, elegant, entertainment, ecommerce, portfolio, food, writing, music and retro. You can get it from Font Squirrel, Google Web Fonts and Typekit.

Examples Lora on its own

About Lora

Lora is a serif typeface designed by Cyreal in 2012 and released by the Russian type foundry, Cyreal. It is a highly legible font, designed to be readable even at small sizes, and its humanist influences give it a warm and friendly feel. Its shapes are slightly condensed, giving it a unique look, and its bold and italic styles have an upright slant, providing an interesting contrast to the regular style.

Lora is a versatile font that is both elegant and friendly. Its unique design features evoke feelings of warmth and familiarity, making it a great choice for projects that need to convey a sense of trust and comfort. It is suitable for a variety of contexts, including websites, magazines, and corporate branding.

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In action 16 Lora samples

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