Brannboll Font Free Download

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Brannboll is a refined and contemporary type family primarily designed for editorial use. The typeface has an even texture and a proportionally correct stroke weight. It combines traditional serif-letterforms with a more contemporary look.

It was all started when we decided the fonts we were using weren’t quite right. The families we were choosing just weren’t cutting it – they didn’t fit the tone of our business and the work we were doing. We needed something new, something special – something personal. And as luck (or perhaps misfortune) would have it, we stumbled upon Brannboll.

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Brannboll Font Family

We have created a business-centric line of fonts so you can express your knowledge on any platform without sacrificing your professionalism.

Font Magazine offers a wide selection of free and paid fonts. You can download these fonts and use them for personal or professional purposes without any restrictions. For commercial purposes, you must buy the original product before starting to use it.

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Uses

The Serif font family is a collection of simple and elegant typefaces that pairs perfectly with the linear style of the Sans Serif font family. Designed by Dieter Steffmann, this font collection provides a full range of typefaces that works well with one another and is ideal for logos, webpages, and apparel designs.

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This typeface is a versatile blend of modern visual flair and classic character. It’s ideal for designing clean, legible brand marks, logos, captions, uniforms, packaging, business cards, headings, posters, product names, hand-lettered quotes, or phrases of unique style.

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