by Frodo7
Cloned from Magor by Frodo7.

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Clone of Magor.


I'm not a big fan of minimalist designs, but this has character and interest to its credit.
Comment by p2pnut 4th may 2014
I like it!
Comment by elmoyenique 4th may 2014
@p2pnut and elmoyenuque: Thank you very much for your comments and generous ratings.

I was a bit tinkering with Magor, my earlier minimal design font. As I generated more alternate characters, I found this particular set (above) so attractive as to merit a separate font.

Hunor, and its sibling font, Magor, are named after the two princes from the ancient Hungarian legend of the miraculous white stag. According to the old myth the two brothers were the ancestors of the Huns and the Magyars, respectively. (for more details see no further than

Comment by Frodo7 4th may 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Hunor” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th may 2016

@Rob Meek: Wow. This was unexpected. Thank you very much.

Comment by Frodo7 30th may 2016
Comment by Frodo7 30th may 2016

Congrats another time! Very well deserved TP.

Comment by elmoyenique 2nd june 2016

i'm an immense fun of minimalist design - and this one is great!
try also my masterpieces - minimalism is the future!

Comment by Aleshka 7th july 2021

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