Staatliches Font is a bold sans serif typeface that has a clean-cut display face with charmingly unconventional proportions. It was designed by Brian LaRossa and Erica Carras.
The alphabet was designed in response to Herbert Bayer’s title lettering on the cover of the first Bauhaus exhibition catalogue, published in 1923.
This font is bold and eye-catching with slightly condensed proportions that make it ideal for logos, brands, digital media, posters, headlines, and titles that need to stand out.
Staaliches typeface comes in a single regular style in TTF format. It features full sets of capitals, numbers, punctuation, and symbols. In addition, contains 418 glyphs and supports 89 multi-languages.
|Staatliches Font Family
|Sans Serif, Display, Typeface
|Brian LaRossa, Erica Carras
|Free For Commercial Use
|Staatliches (Truetype, Opentype)
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This display font is perfect for creating beautiful designs. You can easily use this incredible font to create a watermark logo, t-shirts, headlines, titles, logos, branding, social media posters, product packaging, flyers, and more. It also works well for book covers and drama logos.
This font supports 89 languages.
FAQs about Staatliches Font:
What is Staatlichеs Font?
Staatlichеs Font is a gеomеtric sans-sеrif font dеsignеd by Brian LaRossa of Typе Brutt. It was inspirеd by Hеrbеrt Bayеr’s titlе lеttеring on thе covеr of thе first Bauhaus еxhibition cataloguе, publishеd in 1923.
Is Staatlichеs Font frее to usе?
Yеs, Staatlichеs Font is frее to usе for both personal and commеrcial purposеs.
The display typeface can be downloaded for free in zip format by clicking the download button below. It is available for both personal as well as commercial use.
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