Arsenal Font Free Download

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Despite its semi-grotesque shape, the Arsenal Font belongs to the sans-serif family. As well as professional visual communication, it was developed especially for body text.

It was designed and released for the first time by Ukrainian designer Andriy Shevchenko in 2011. The typeface he created led to his victory at the Ukrainian Type Design Competition.

In that sense, you can guess how famous this typeface family is. Thus, most of the designers who worked along with that group after 2011 will do so.

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Arsenal Font Family

There are four weights of the Arsenal Font Family, including Regular, Italic, Bold, and Bold Italic. There are 726 glyphs in the Regular and Bold Italic weights.

Each weight contains 739 glyphs for Italic and Bold. Therefore, it can be utilized insignificant and essential tasks as a complete system.

Among the key features of this display, the font is the FIL license, which allows it to be used for free. It is therefore compatible with other basic fonts as well as separately. There are many font families it can easily be used with.

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We at Fonts Magazine are providing you with this classy font free of charge, so click over to the link below to download it in zip format.

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Once downloaded, you can use it to design banners, logos, labels, official cards, t-shirts, watermarks for photographs, etc.

For programmers and developers, this elegant font can be used easily to code and develop. It is our hope that it will be of excellent service to you.

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