About Ursin

Ursin is a geometric- monospace typeface, with eight styles, for display typography. The design came from a former logo design, Astroika, the name of an american Vodka brand, with russian feeling.

The name of the font came from 'ursine', pertaining to, or characteristic of bears.
Definition of ursine:
1: of or relating to a bear or the bear family (Ursidae)
2: suggesting or characteristic of a bear (a lumbering ursine gait)
Origin of ursine: Latin ursinus, from ursus bear — more at arctic
First Known Use: circa 1550


Rounded and squared versions
8 styles

Language Support

Basic Latin,
West- and Central Europe,


Ursin was designed in 2012
by Adam Katyi, Hungarumlaut.
© All rights reserved.
Release: 10. 2012

Buying options

$ 20 Single Font
$ 60 Family
Available at MyFonts.com