Tungsten Font Free Download

Tungsten Font

Tungsten font is a clean sans-serif typeface family that has been designed by two well-known designers, Hoefler and Frere-Jones. It features flat-sided styles that are very popular for Haspipe, as well as suitable space letters for poster designs.

The font is used in many notable places and can be used for designing logos, book covers, posters, banners, business cards, brochures, and website and blog designs.

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There are many uses for this font, such as using it for your text designs as it has amazing clean letters and stylish characters.

 Tungsten font is a clean sans-serif typeface family that was designed by two well-known designers, Hoefler and Frere-Jones. It has flat-sided styles that are very famous for Haspipe and suitable space letters that are suitable for poster designs.

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Tungsten Font
Tungsten Font

Its fonts family includes:

  • Tungsten Thin 
  • Tungsten Narrow Thin
  • Tungsten Condensed Thin 
  • Tungsten Compressed Thin 
  • Tungsten Extra Light 
  • Tungsten Narrow Light 
  • Tungsten Condensed Extra Light 
  • Tungsten Compressed Extra Light
  • Tungsten Condensed Medium
  • Tungsten Compressed Medium
  • Tungsten Compressed Bold.

The font is used in many notable places and can be used for designing logos, book covers, posters, banners, business cards, brochures, and website and blog designs.

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This font has amazing clean lettering and stylish characters.

Title Tungsten Font
Artist Hoefler, Frere Jones
Category Sans-serif
File Type OTF, TTF
License Type Free For Personal Use

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