With the Masculine font, you can create a new and fresh look for your branding materials.
This script style is perfect with its calligraphic brushstrokes as well as decorative characters. It works especially great on invitations like greeting cards or posters; it’ll really pop those out from their normal state of being boring old things we see day-to-day that need something more interesting than just text.
The masculine font comes with 305 total Glyphs. The alternative characters were divided into several Open Type features such as Swash, Stylistic Sets & Ligature so every character could be used to its best potential.
Masculine Font Family
In addition to being available in different sizes (with extra points given if proportional), each letterform was carefully crafted by hand. Hence, there are no rough edges anywhere close by, which could potentially snag your garment during shipment.
This font has included four different styles, including the standard form, just like any other typeface. It has an italic and text-based version for when you want to add some contrast or make something stand out more than usual against its background.
The letters of Masculine Font are all drawn in a showcard gothic style, and it was once painted by hand with a small brush, digitally scanned to make them perfect. In addition, they have been optimized for screen use.
Usage of Masculine Font
Masculine Font is a robust font that has many features. It looks like fresh Prince appears quality and fashionable on invitations, thank-you notes, hardwood floors, or metal surfaces for decoration purposes it can even be used as an exhibition design.
In addition, use it in projects including fabric printing, book covers, logo designs, stylish texture, quote, print on cards, game titling, movie poster, emblems designs, product packaging, etc.
Alternatives of Masculine Font
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