Vidaloka Font takes the inspiration in a different direction. It has a bit of a rounded, informal feel, although we see some high contrast in the strokes.
It was designed by Alexei Vanyashin and Olga Karpushina. This font has been released for the first time for public use in 2011 by Cyreal.
Its bold look is perfect for headlines and short blocks of text. This font family is characterized by sloping terminals and the letter Q in particular has a distinctive inspired look.
It comes in one Regular weight with OpenType features that contain more than 230 characters including uppercase, lowercase, basic numbers, punctuations, & currency symbols.
|Font Name:||Vidaloka Font Family|
|Style:||Serif, Classic, Display|
|Font Designer:||Alexei Vanyashin and Olga Karpushina|
|File Format:||TTF, OTF|
|License:||Free For Commercial Use|
|Files:||Vidaloka (Truetype, Opentype)|
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Vidaloka features elegant and sophisticated letterforms that give a sense of traditional craftsmanship, making it an excellent choice for projects that require a classic and timeless look.
You can use Apparel for headlines, logos, fabric printing, t-shirt printing, book covers, movie posters, website logos, designing posters, banners, ads, movie logos, social media posters, headers, titles, banners, flyers, business cards, advertisements, or brand identity design.
Vidaloka’s subtle yet distinctive features, such as its short ascenders and descenders, add a touch of personality without distracting from the overall design.
The font Vidaloka contains 228 glyphs and 64 supports languages.
Download it from here after clicking one of the buttons given below. After that, you can use this typeface free for commercial use.
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