Classic Grotesque by Rod McDonald:a traditional font with a modern face. An update of Monotype Grotesque that was first published in 1926, Rod McDonald’s Classic Grotesque combines both traditional and contemporary elements of typography. With its many fascinating details, Classic Grotesque is at home in print and web designs. The seven different weights also extend the scope of uses of Classic Grotesque. These range from the delicate Light to the super thick Extrabold. There are genuine italic versions of each weight; these are not only slightly narrower than their counterparts, but also have variant shapes. The “a” is closed, the “f” has a semi-descender while the “e” is rounded. Its neutral appearance and excellent features mean that Classic Grotesque is suitable for use in nearly all imaginable applications. Even during the design phase, McDonald used his new font to set books and in promotional projects. However, he would be pleased to learn of possible applications that he himself has not yet considered. Classic Grotesque, which has its own individual character despite its neutral and restrained appearance, is the ideal partner for your print and web project.
OTF | 14 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1.5 Mb RAR
Elegance Monoline is ideal for invitations, greeting cards, logotypes, or anywhere a touch of elegance is desired.
OTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 1 Mb RAR
CM 166413 - 100 Hand Drawn Logos
All logos are completely editable, made using a wide collection of fonts, and can resized or scaled down to any size, without loss of quality. Super simple to edit on either PhotoShop or Illustrator. WHATS INCLUDED: Ai File, EPS File, PSD File, All Free Fonts used, All background images included for FREE. Please note, not all fonts include a commercial license. Any fonts you decide to use for commercial use, would require a commercial license from the designer who created them.