Mirra is a modern font inspired by the classic accidental font Auriol, which was designed by designer George Oriol for the G. Peignot et Fils foundry in Paris back in 1901.
It has been thoroughly reinterpreted and designed by Oxana Tkach to be used in modern design projects.
Mirra combines the aesthetics and characteristics of Auriol with modern requirements and display capabilities. The font is the result of merging a style inspired by the era of those years with innovative elements that make it suitable for use in modern design projects. Thanks to the carefully elaborated details and characteristic features, Mirra is attractive and expressive, having a unique aesthetic that allows it to effectively convey the mood and context of the project.
The font is a symbiosis between historical roots and modern needs, which makes it an attractive choice for designers seeking to achieve harmony between the past and the present in their works.