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Proxima Nova Thai

Proxima Nova Thai (2024) was designed by Cadson Demak for the ever-popular Proxima Nova. Available in a practical loopless style for display settings and a traditional looped for text and UI, Proxima Nova Thai works seamlessly with the original Latin without losing the script’s texture or cultural significance. Featuring an extended Latin and Vietnamese character set in eight weights plus matching italics, this growing family of typefaces is set to become even more popular worldwide.

  • Proxima Nova Thai Feature 1
  • Proxima Nova Thai Feature 2
  • Proxima Nova Thai Feature 3
  • Proxima Nova Thai Feature 4


  • 8 weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Semibold, Bold, Extrabold, and Black.
  • 2 versions: Looped is a more traditional style of the Thai script generally used for small text settings, and Loopless is a more contemporary style used for display typography.
  • Matching italics for all weights.
  • Matching small caps for all weights.*
  • Case-sensitive forms for all-caps settings.*
  • Lining and old style figures (proportional and tabular).*
  • Required ligatures.*
  • Discretionary ligatures.*
  • Full “f” ligature set (ff, fi, fl, ffi, ffl, etc.).*
  • Alternate characters (a, l, y, G, slashed zero, and seriffed 1).*
  • Thai punctuation, figures, and symbols.
  • Automatic arbitrary fractions.*
  • Automatic ordinals.*
  • Extended language support for Thai, most Latin-based Western and Central European languages. Also includes the capital German sharp S.
  • Extended currency support.
  • *Requires an application or operating system with support for OpenType advanced typography, such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher, or QuarkXPress. Check your application’s user guide. OpenType advanced typography is also supported by most modern web browsers through the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).