Font Name : Catamaran – Vintage FontAuthor : New Tropical Design StudioWebsite : https://creativemarket.com/NewTropicalLicense: : Free for personal use / DemoCommercial License Website : https://creativemarket.com/NewTropical/7395511-Catamaran-Vintage-FontAdded by : Derek Harper
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Introducing Catamaran, the vintage serif font created by New Tropical Design Studio that is perfect for small displays. Catamaran is not just a font, it's a journey back in time to the 70s, where hippie and rock n roll vibes reigned supreme. The font comes with both regular and outlined versions, making it a versatile choice for any project.
But what makes Catamaran stand out from other fonts on the market? Firstly, it's the emotional impact it brings to any project. With its retro feel, Catamaran oozes nostalgia and adds a touch of personality to any design. Its multilingual support, including polish, means that it's accessible to a wide range of users, making it a font for everyone.
But don't just take our word for it. Catamaran is perfect for any project, from logos to website and print designs. And with a desktop license, you can use it on any software that types. Plus, with its inclusion of OTF, TTF, WOFF, WOFF2, SVG font files, uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and punctuation, Catamaran provides everything you need to create stunning designs.
Still not convinced? Let's talk about the price. For desktop and web use, the license remains the same. So why not invest in one license that will work for both? And if you have any questions, our FAQs are here to help. Yes, you can use Catamaran for your logo, and yes, you can upload it to your website or Canva. And if you have any more questions, just ask!
In conclusion, Catamaran is not just a font, it's a journey. It brings a touch of nostalgia to any project and is perfect for anyone looking to add a touch of personality to their designs. With its emotional impact and multilingual support, it's a font that everyone can use. So, what are you waiting for? Sail downwind with Catamaran today.