Brother Tattoo Font Free Download

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Brother Tattoo Font is an attractive calligraphy typeface that was established for the first time in Mans Greback font foundry. It comes in more than 361 unique and attractive glyphs along with 1000 units per em.

You can use this typeface for creating different types of designs such as wall murals, ebook covers, logo designs, and business cards. It is also suitable for creating web page designs and blog designs.

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Brother Tattoo Font Family Free Download

Brother Tattoo Font Free Download
Brother Tattoo Font Free Download

Brother-Tattoo is a modern tattoo font family. The family consists of 01 different font styles, available in regular and outline versions.

Tattoo fonts have been very popular for a long time but still mostly fall into the old style, mainly because of their iconic shape, which makes them well-known to people from all over the world. However, when it comes to the design that is more suitable for use in typography, most tattoo fonts are hard to read or just don’t fit with the modern style.

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Brother-Tattoo is designed with a strong emphasis on legibility and readability. The shapes of the letters are soft and smooth and make it easy to read in both small and large sizes while keeping the character of the classic tattoos in mind.

The family consists of 01 regular font style and 01 outline style font, which can be used together to create a unique look, as seen in our demo above. The regular version has its own unique charm that works great as an alternative to normal typefaces, while the outline version can be used anywhere you want a more decorative touch. Especially when using both together, you can create your own unique design easily.

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