Stoix Display Font – a unique font inspired by ancient Greek epigraphy (stone-carved letters) found on an Athenian Hellenic-period decree. It features both a Greek alphabet and a Latin alphabet based on the Greek one. Stoix also includes a monospace version for creating ‘stoichedon’ style designs.
As ancient greek only had ‘upper case’, I’ve used the lower case of each language for slightly more obscure but technically accurate variations of the letters, like a Corinthian “qoph”.
Please, do not use my font and artificially use a Σ as an E. This is one of the reasons I made this font in the first place. Don’t do it, I beg you. I would love to see what you do if you do use it though!
Stoix Display Font is ideal for creating designs with a classic, historic feel, such as invitations, posters, logos, and more. The creator plans to update the font in the future, adding more glyphs and improving kerning, weighting, and other features.
Thanks to Eireni Moutoussi for creating such stunning Font freebie and generously sharing with fellow designers.