Download disabled

The designer of this FontStruction has chosen not to make it available for download from this website by choosing an “All Rights Reserved" license.

Please respect their decision and desist from requesting license changes in the comments.

If you would like to use the FontStruction for a specific project, you may be able to contact the designer directly about obtaining a license.


Comment by Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss) 14th august 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Bersá” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 16th august 2012
Thanks for the mention!!!!
Comment by Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss) 16th august 2012
Interesting take on an Arabic look. But I think the pixelyness on some characters, like v and x, is a little jarring.
Comment by Zefyrinus 21st august 2012
Yes, you're right. I sought to keep the curves, diagonals were not as I expected. In terms of x, seeks to maintain the proportion with the other letters, and got this unsatisfactory result. Thanks for your comment.
Comment by Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss) 21st august 2012
Bersa has been modified. k, r, v, w, x y & have been significant changes. I also added letters with accents. I would like to improve more and more. Comments are welcome. Should make capital letters?
Comment by Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss) 23rd august 2012
You have taken on a great challenge - and have produced an interesting hybrid. 10/10

I think it would be difficult to get the same effect with UpperCase characters.
Comment by p2pnut 23rd august 2012
I'm sorry, but I just don't get how this is a TP.
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 21st may 2013

Also of Interest


Get the world’s leading font editor for OSX.

More from the Gallery

Ex ten dedby Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss)
I'm sorryby Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss)
Invaderby Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss)
con den sedby Gustavo CuartoVacío (guss)
Dawn Chorusby four
kleurby four

From the Blog


Gridfolk: Interview with Zephram


Heavy Competition Results


Heavy Competition


Gridfolk: Interview with Jiri Novak