Manskribo Sans is a sans serif font from my handwriting and is designed to support multiple alphabets and a lot of different symbols and characters. With 2805 glyphs in the basic version, it can accommodate a wide range of languages and writing systems, including Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek. The font’s name, „Manskribo Sans“ is derived from the Esperanto word for „handwriting“, reflecting its handwritten appearance. The choice of Esperanto is also significant, as it is a language designed to be universal and bridge linguistic and cultural differences, making the font an excellent choice for users of many languages all over the world.
In addition, I create additional versions supporting other languages like Hebrew, Armenian, Georgian, and more, either as standalone fonts or bundled together. Manskribo Sans is an excellent choice for designers and individuals who need a font that can be used in a variety of projects in many languages and writing systems.