A popular font from the American drama series Breaking Bad is the Breaking Bad font. He decides to start a meth operation to pay back his medical debts after discovering he has cancer.
It was breaking Bad uses this font in its logo. The first time it was released as inspiration was by Andrew Mccluskey from Chequered Ink.
Heartbreaking font by Andrew Mccluskey is another name for this font. We have added a preview of the font character images along with this paragraph. There is only one regular style available, which is very legible.
In total, only uppercase and lowercase characters appear in the weight. In the font samples, you can see that this typeface does not include numbers or punctuation marks.
Breaking Bad Font
Lower case letters schemes use slime font style brushy textures throughout, while upper case letter schemes feature cubic outlines.
The typography market offers only this type of font. Moreover, it is used by many designers to perform unique design functions. You now have the opportunity to apply it to your freelancing business.
With it, you can create headlines, logos, banners, poster designs, hoarding layouts, banners, labels, direct print over fabric, cards, advertisements, video titles, and so on.
Unlike Rawengulk Font, Komoda Font, Modeka Font, and Minotaur Font, the breaking bad font is totally royalty-free.
The typeface could also be used for games textures. The logo typeface should be pleasing to you. Additionally, in the section below, share your experience with us.
You can download this font in open-type format with just one click after clicking the download link below. You will have great success in your work. Good luck with your designs!