Cresta

Want to DOWNLOAD Cresta?

Head over to MyFonts →

What is the Cresta font?

Loaded with personality and functionality, Cresta is built to look good while surviving the worst conditions. It is at home on screen and in a magazine. Its six weights are intended to be used everywhere. More…
Unlike most typefaces, Cresta was built without a reference. For this project, everything design choice was based on what worked best for a workhorse sans serif family.
Cresta was originally created as the primary typeface for this website. This meant it needed to work in copy, headlines, and navigation across all devices, browsers and operating systems. This meant it needed to be sturdy and have enough character to make it stand out from other UI typefaces.
With its large x-height, ample counters, and giant apertures, Cresta is meant for easy utility in rough conditions. Even with all of this, that doesnít mean that its dull; as the weights increase, the style of Cresta becomes more appearant. This style is defined most apparently by the terminals on the lowercase r and the angle of the joins between the curved and straight strokes (such as in the connection on the n).

Cresta Font families

The Cresta includes the following font families:

  • Cresta Hairline
  • Cresta Hairline Italic
  • Cresta Light
  • Cresta Light Italic
  • Cresta Regular
  • Cresta Regular Italic
  • Cresta Medium
  • Cresta Medium Italic
  • Cresta Bold
  • Cresta Bold Italic
  • Cresta Black
  • Cresta Black Italic

Cresta Preview

Here is a preview of how Cresta will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.


Is Cresta Free to Download?

No. This is a premium font that you can download from MyFonts.com Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of Cresta as you just won't find it.

It's highly unlikely that this font can be found for free on the web. If you do, then potentially you'll risk getting viruses on your computer. One thing to remember is that it's illegal to use this font if you didn't pay for it!

Do the right thing. If you want Cresta then click here to visit the download and purchase page on MyFonts to get it with the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their hard work. :)