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4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

If like me, you too are always on the look out for new fonts that stand out, you’ll love these.
I chose to include these not just because of how the fonts look but also because of the way they are presented.
No matter what you do, how you present your work can really make a difference.
Free download links to all 4 fonts are at the end of the post.

Besom Font

Besom is a beautiful wet brush/paint font. And what’s great is it’s free because with brush fonts really in style right now, you want them but might not want to spend a lot on buying them. Source & Full Presentation: Behance

4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

Pier Font

Pier is a very clean and professional font, pefect for posters, flyer, business cards and more. Source & Full Presentation: Behance

4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

Hecatoncheir Font

Inspired by the Greek Myth of the three giants Hecatonchires, each of them having a hundred hands and fifty heads. This typeface has several versions of the same letter. Source & Full Presentation: Behance

4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

Opium Font

Opium Roadie is a font made by DavidisCreative. The inspiration come from the lounge 60’s typo. Source & Full Presentation: Behance

4 Striking Font Presentations & Free Downloads

Download all fonts → Besom | Pier | Hecatoncheir | Opium Roadie

Artist & Founder, 83 Oranges. Her design style is an invitation into the fresh, the tropical, and the vibrant. Her greatest inspiration, nature, is evident throughout her work and fills her artistic style with well-balanced colors and effective visuals in art as well as brand identity design.

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