Muriza is a slab serif font family. This typeface has eighteen styles and was published by TypeMates.
Muriza is rooted in Styria and comes with a name dedicated to a region with soft rocks, forested mountains, narrow valleys and clear air, a modest slab serif with tempting curves. Its clear and economic typographic forms are linked to peculiar shapes — like curved spurs instead of serifs — combining the pragmatic with the refreshingly unique.
With a range of nine well graduated weights — from delicate Hairline to sturdy Black — and a conventional but distinctive italic, Muriza can fulfil almost every typographic wish. Dingbats, arrows and OpenType features like oldstyle figures, small caps and stylistic alternates supplement Muriza’s extensive Latin-based script support.