Most of our fonts are fully free to try for personal use. For all commercial use including designs for clients, presentations and logos, you will need to purchase a commercial license.
If you are a Student, University, School and/or Non-Profit Organization, you can use our fonts for free. Please contact us and prepare your proof of identity.
You need one license for every computer you want to install it on or for every website or app you want to use it on. One license allows you to create as many logos, print and non-embedded digital documents containing the font as you want.
Anyone using the fonts needs a license. If only the designer has access to them, then they are the only ones who are required to purchase a license. If the client also needs to use them on their side, then both must own a license.
Converting the type to outlines is the best way to do it. This way, you guarantee the way the logo will look when used by others. Also, it is the only way for others to use the logo without owning a license for the fonts used in its design.
If you convert it to outlines, you can edit the contours as much as you like. However, you cannot customize the font file itself or use the contours you’ve created to generate a new version of the font file. When in doubt, read the end user license agreement.
We accept all major credit cards and Paypal. Payment is processed through Gumroad. We do not keep any payment information in our databases.
Freelancers, design studios, advertising agencies and other suppliers are all independent entities and therefore all require a license to use the font files.
Our fonts for print are all OpenType fonts (OTF) and most of our fonts come with all the web versions (sold separately). Please contact us if you need a webfont. If you have a special requirement for another format, contact us.
Yes we do. If you want us to work with you on a custom type solution for yourself, your company or your client, contact us with an overview of your project along with an idea of your timetable and your budget. Keep in mind that type design is a long process and please plan accordingly.