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StreetbrushDesigner: Robert Arnow
Publisher: Robert Arnow
Streetbrush was designed by Robert Arnow and released by Robert Arnow. Streetbrush includes 1 design. p > When I remained in high school, I would trash my notebooks with numerous layers of graffiti tags, which would begin in the margins, and after that creep in to cover the whole page. I developed a sensibility towards an extremely fast, expressive use of my hand, which later easily and naturally translated into brush. I utilized this design typographically on several jobs throughout the years, and even turned it into a signature illustration style. Just recently, by repeating letters hundreds of times each with brush on paper, this ad-hoc brush style ended up being Streetbrush.

The design is defined by a distinct blend of metropolitan grafitti satisfies Asian calligraphy. The font style is best used for large titling or signage, as it is exceptionally detailed and really captures the feeling of a brush pulling ink across a textured surface area. That said, the typeface will likewise work well for body copy, and consists of the majority of basic symbols. The font has some ligatures, mainly for legibility.

Font Family: Streetbrush

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