Here’s another modern reimagining of a classic aesthetic. Feijoa Font has a bold style, and chunky serifs, and could work well in a wide variety of projects.
Chris Sowersby, a font designer from New Zealand, has taken the responsibility of designing it. And it has been released by Klim Type Foundry in 2005.
With its stylish texture, this font has become a favorite among many font designers. It shows a reasonable structure in which the designer adds sharpness to the end of the letter.
The main goal of creating this typeface was an unusual but useful typeface. which can be used for a wide range of tasks such as book composing or website templates.
|Font Name:||Feijoa Font Family|
|Style:||Didone, Display, Typeface|
|Font Designer:||Alexei Vanyashin, Olga Karpushina|
|License:||Free For Personal Use|
|Files:||Chris Sowersby (Truetype)|
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You can use it to better categorize planning goals. Like creating clean logos, brochure layouts, invitation cards, banner ads, logo designs, wedding designs, composition books, product covers, and many other works.
It comes in four different weights including Medium, Bold, Italic, and Medium Italic. This font family supports multilingual upper and lower case letters, glyphs, numbers, and punctuation.
So, feel free to express your opinion in the comments section below. And tell other designers about this awesome font. So, you just click the button below and download it.
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