Fontfabric proudly presents the Baron Font Family. This decorative sans serif typeface consists of three completely different weights – Baron Regular, Baron Bold, and Baron Black – with their matching italics! Tipografia magnifique!
The Baron font is a free uppercase display typeface inspired by the classic sans serif font families. This typeface family is, because of its many alternative options and weights, perfect for usage in posters, logotypes, and headlines.
Designed by Frank Hemmekam, Nijverdal, Netherlands.
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