Retroholic Retro Font

Hi designer! introducing new retro font Retroholic. Inspired by Retro style and combination with Hand Lettering style. Retroholic Font.

Designed to work as perfect companions or simply as strong standalone typefaces that looks like astro creep. Offers beautiful typographic harmony for a diversity of design projects, including logos & branding, social media posts, advertisements & product designs.

This unique sans serif font family comes with the normal version in the condensed font, but it has two additional widths including narrow and compressed.

Each width of the font family is available in eight weights. So, it can easily approachable for a wide variety of projects.

Design Of Retroholic Retro Font

This is one of the best fonts you have ever seen. This fancy comic typeface has too much elegant texture to appeal to the reader and deliver the most versatile and top notch legibility.

This handwritten font is the most demand full just because of its crescent shape and stylish glance. The typeface is similar to andy font has solid, balanced, and lends correspondence a personal touch.

By avoiding typographical flawlessness, it remains increasingly common. The angles of the vertical strokes change a bit, and the situation along the baseline jumps around, giving it a progressively provincial and characteristic inclination.

Possessing the Opentype and Truetype file formats, this brush typeface contains more than 390 number of characters. And along with well-finished layouts, it has 414 unique glyphs.

So, among those features this font similar to futura oblique, it becomes one of the modern type design styles to this long tradition. The majority of the type designers already use it in designing projects. And if you are also looking forward to that then you are at the right place.

Along with keen features, you can make this dashing font in use for many designing purposes. Including logo designs, book layouts, greeting or invitation cards, banners ads, printing on T-shirt, poster advertising, and many other related approaches.

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