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Nexa Slab

May 22nd 2013

Nexa Slab is a geometric slab serif font whose design is based on the already popular best-seller Nexa.

The font family contains 3 basic forms: italics, obliques and uprights, each of which has 8 different weights. This visual richness makes it the ideal slab serif font family for the web as well as for print, for motion graphics, logos, t-shirts and so on. It is also great for headings, fitting nicely with both small and large typesetting text blocks.

Nexa Slab draws from the rich traditions of the classic Neo-Grotesque slab serif fonts such as Lubalin Graph, Rockwell and Memphis, which conceal the richness of typesetting text in its crucial advertising function. Just like these fonts, it’s design is subject to rational, carefully thought-out, thick and thin bars with a low contrast between them. The letters are characterized by the strict geometry and square proportions of the original, extra-fortified by suitably balanced slab serifs.

Nexa Slab is serious without being rigid and inflexible, finished and lacking in nothing, systematic without being monotonous, and though it may seem at first glance to be more suitable for short, direct messages; in the hands of a master designer… it can build and create exquisite and harmonic designs.

Formats: OpenType (.otf) and TrueType (.ttf) available Details: 500 Character Set, Manual Kerning, Tracking /Pairs Price: from $29, two fonts (Regular & Bold for free)



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26 Responses

  1. harroop says:

    Really nice Art. These looks really. I am loving it. Thanks

  2. Paul says:

    Another great font family. Bought it from MyFonts at the fantastic intro price.

    But, I am getting the same ungrouped font family issue in FontExplorer X Pro that occurred with the original release of Nexa.

    Can you fix this and push out an updated download for all of us who have already bought the family?

  3. Jan says:

    Yeah, that would be really great. I bought it via Fontspring and it’s ungrouped, too. An update would be much appreciated.

    I really love both Nexa btw … 😉

  4. Paul says:

    Sorted with the latest release. Great work.

  5. Paul says:

    nice Font, is it still possible to buy it for $9? at MyFont its $99 now

  6. Tim Smith says:

    I am interested in the NEXA SLAB $9 promo as noted on your site. However, the link takes me to MyFonts that show a $99 price. Is this promo still available?


  7. Howard says:

    I like the font, but I’m just curious: the red link above says “Buy now for $9 (All fonts for $9)” but takes you to myfonts, where the purchase price is actually $99. That’s quite a difference! What gives?

  8. Jan says:

    Downloaded them again from Fontspring and now they are grouped. Thanks for the update.

  9. Sophie says:

    hello, i really like this font but all i fond is 99$ for the whole family, not 9$. Is the offer over?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Great font. 🙂

  11. Borislav says:

    Excellent job done. Can we expect a cyrillic version?

  12. Michael says:

    Love this font, just bought it for my non profit organisation.

    Is there any change we’ll see an update of this font with regular (non-italic) characters with rounded bottom serifs as in the italics?

  13. Andy Brandt says:

    Bought it through a deal on Now discovered missing Polish chars in capital N, Z, O and C. How can I check if I did get the right package? How to get new releases?

  14. Niklas says:

    What languages are supported?
    Great font!!

  15. admin says:

    Hi @Andy,

    Can you send some quote with the issues (and some screenshots if possible) to:

    Thanks a lot,

  16. John Lee says:

    Love the font, hate the pricing that your sales outlets charge for mobile app developers. The price for the family is $900 per app, and per platform. This is nearly $3000 when an app is on iOS, Android, and Windows 8.

    We charge our clients less than that to build their apps, so what are the chances that the fonts will receive more than 50% of the budget dollars? Sadly, zilch.

    Fortunately, it is technically and legally easy enough to license the web version, then have our apps get the fonts from an associate web site with a “web view”. Apps, like browsers, cache resources and thus the fonts will be available to the app.

    Obviously this is neither ideal from your perspective or from ours. We would prefer to embed static resources (i.e., fonts) at build time. How about discussing this with your sales partners? One of them seems to think that the font is the make-or-break for an app. I guarantee you that this is not true.

    Please, let us app developers pay the same as the website developers. Why should Dropbox get to pay $100 when our apps for drama students pay $900? The lines between web development and mobile development are blurring anyhow, and charging us 10X what web app developers pay is ridiculous.

    The licensing language that attempts to distinguish licenses as @font-face for one license type and “remote users” for another is what makes no sense. Since when does a website not have remote users? And since when can an iOS app not make use of @font-face?

    Please give it some thought. I know that our clients would love to use professionally designed fonts at times. Sadly, paying the current asking price is not going to happen. It isn’t logical and it isn’t in line with the value of the product compared to the value of the app.

    Thanks for listening.

  17. oli says:

    Great font, just wanted to know what the licensing restrictions are on the two free weights?


  18. admin says:

    Hello @John Lee,

    Thank you very much for your detailed comment!

    Can you send us a quote to: team(at)fontfabric(dot)com..?
    Would be much appreciated and I’m sure that will find some solution for this issue.

    Thanks again,

  19. Nam-Gyun U says:

    It is a good font. I want to try using.

  20. Sven Kohl says:

    Thank you for this modern looking font

  21. JB says:

    Beauiful work! Thanks for sharing!

  22. Robert says:

    I’am pretty sure you’ve mentionet about NEXA condensed it that topic few weeks ago, when can we expect it?

  23. admin says:

    Hi Robert,

    Probably in the beginning of next year. But I can’t promise..


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  25. Yander says:


    Really nice fonts.
    Is it legal to use this 2 free versions of Nexa in logo templates that to sell after in stocks?
    Thanks in advance.

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