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Kira Font

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KiraDesigner: Carine de Wandeleer
Publisher: Eurotypo
Kira was created by Carine de Wandeleer and released by Eurotypo. Kira consists of 1 design. p > Kira is a contemporary hand-painted script with an irregular standard. Rough edges and imperfect lines give to this brush font an unique and trendy appearance. All glyphs have been thoroughly painted giving your words a fantastic flow. Fat and thin stroke in this font style impresses the harmony.

Want to provide your jobs an organic, hand-painted appearance? Kira typeface includes 717 glyphs, with inky lines, and "perfect or imperfect" painted edges, consisting of a couple of additional character alternates, stylistics and contextual alternates, swashes, stylistics sets, ligatures for an authentic hand-lettered effect.

This font consists of OpenType features that might only be available by means of OpenType-aware applications, a Central European language assistance. To activate the optional glyphs you may click on Swash, Contextual, Requirement Ligatures and Discretionary, Titling, or Stylistic sets buttons in any OpenType smart program or manually choose the characters from Glyph Palette.

Bonus: 40 useful accessories and a great deal of catchwords that you utilize for the most requiring design project!

Kira looks charming on wedding event invitations, welcoming cards, logo designs, service cards and is perfect for utilizing in ink or watercolour based styles, style, publications, food packaging and menus, book covers and more!

Font Family: Kira

Tags: alternates, booklets, brush, casual, cursive, decorative, display, expresive, fancy, flourished, food, friendly, handwriting, headlines, heavy, industrial, informal, invitation, irregular, kids, lettering, ligatures, logo, magazin, meals, menu, newsletter, organic, ornaments, packaging, party, poster, restaurant, retail, rough, rustic, script, seduces, sign, tails, titles, unique, upright, upright script, web

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