Besom Font Free Download

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Besom is a script font that comes in one regular weight with an elegant style. Gatis Vilaks and Krisijanis developed this brush typeface to serve as the first typeface for use on the headlines or designs. It has traits like cool handlebars coming out of it, giving off an OCD-like feel while still being modern enough not to distract from your work’s message at hand.

The font’s tone of voice is formal, the characters are refined, and can apply to any design project. It might look similar to chalk-style fonts available on Google Fonts or Typekit, but it still provides its unique creative flavor. Before working with this brush, the typeface has an overview of how your designs will turn out by looking at some examples from besom’s library. They show off different aesthetics using these unique letters throughout their collections.

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Besom’s large and ornate letters make it a classy font, with all the kerning perfectly aligned to give an elegant appearance. As if this weren’t enough already, Besoms also has stems like those seen in carosello typefaces, making them perfect for any project you might need, such as personal or commercial use.

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It is a typeface designed to be used in different designs. You can use besom for any project which requires an elegant and sophisticated look, from creating posters or designing your emblem to titling movies with it.

Hats off to the designer who made this great typeface. It deserves a round of applause for its contribution to making our typography industry better. You can download it from the download button below. Have fun with these fantastic designs. Check out our recent post on Nashville Font.

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