Oswald Webfont · 17 samples

Oswald is a sans-serif font. It goes well with Garamond Premier, Arial, Roboto, Manus, Open Sans, Merriweather, Oxygen, Eczar, Apple System and Quicksand. If you're thinking about using Oswald then try 18px for headers. Give 16px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as design, conference, portfolio, agency, article, health, list, event, informal and writing. You can get it from Adobe Fonts, Font Squirrel, Google Web Fonts and Typekit.

Examples Oswald on its own

About Oswald

Oswald is a sans-serif typeface designed by Vernon Adams in 2011 and released by Google Fonts. It has a tall x-height and wide proportions, making it a great choice for readability. Its design is largely based on the classic grotesque typefaces, such as Akzidenz Grotesk and Franklin Gothic, but with a modern twist. Oswald’s letterforms are characterized by slightly rounded corners, giving it a friendly, approachable feel. It has a strong, bold presence, yet still manages to remain legible even at small sizes.

Oswald is a versatile font that works well in a variety of contexts. It is suitable for both digital and print projects, and can be used for headlines, body text, and even logos. Its strong character makes it a great choice for websites in the tech, finance, and business industries. It also works well for editorial and lifestyle projects. In a few words, Oswald is bold, approachable, and timeless.

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In action 17 Oswald samples