The Gogoia typeface duo is a yummi juicy font inspired by brazilian tropicalism. These display fonts are also a thorn fruit that grows in a dry weather. And guess what: Gogoia font is also a song known on gal costa’s voice. This font is available for free under a creative commons license at Fontfabric, and you can use it for both personal and commercial projects.
Designed by Alan de Sousa – São Paulo, Brazil.
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