Graphik Font Free Download

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You should try the Graphik font, designed in 2009 by Christian Schwartz if you’re looking for a vintage sans-serif. It comes in 20 styles and 8 weights and can be embedded in the CSS family.

It is a perfect font to use for designing logos, banners, book covers, posters, invitation cards, social media posts, PowerPoint presentations, templates, t-shirt designs, brochure layouts, and even documentation purposes.

A free font to use in your personal projects. You will need to purchase its license for commercial projects.

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The typeface is available from Adobe and features a number of different styles, including bold, bold italic, extra bold italic, hairline italic, light italic, semi-bold italic, book italic, extra bold italic, and heavy italic.

Each weight of the Graphik font family comes complete with an extensive character set containing some of the most common characters in use today, as well as a number of obscure characters used in various languages.

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Graphik Font
Graphik Font

The Graphik font family includes variations on a wide variety of weights that are ideal for both display and body text. The Graphik typeface is best suited for use in magazines or newspapers because the various weights offer distinct strengths that can stand up to both large blocks of text and small amounts of text.

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Additionally, because it is one of the more recent additions to the Adobe library of fonts, it is considered one of the more modern choices for professional design projects.

Title Graphik Font
Artist Christian Schwartz
Category Sans-serif
File Type OTF, TTF
License Type Free For Personal Use

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Hey there! I'm the creator of I love making fonts. I've always been creative, and I think that's why I enjoy making fonts so much. It's a fun way to express myself, and I hope you enjoy using them as much as I enjoyed creating them :)

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