I am pleased to introduce my new font family, Leander! Leander is a unique eroded typeface that comes in a regular version. Michael Tension is the primary designer of the TypeType set, and this is his first release. Michael Tension, a Canadian font designer, released this font on 24 November 2010 through Tension Type.
Leander was designed for the digital age. Unlike our other classically inspired fonts, which appeal primarily to readers, Leander has been developed before all else for ease of use by modern typographers. It provides a visually pleasing and open design that allows fine details to be read at any length — helpful in setting large volumes of text — and its harmonious construction combines beautifully with other ‘OpenType’ fonts. – Simon Lissaman
This fancy font family is prevalent because of its elegant 167 glyphs and 1000 units per em. Including all the glyphs, they have great appeal and unique features. Every letter incorporated into the typeface has been meticulously crafted. Therefore, it possesses many appealing qualities, such as a perfect style, highly adaptable, and easily customizable.
The modest font family has 150 characters and supports approximately 100 international languages. The sans serif appearance and shabby strokes have become synonymous with the typeface. Display fonts allow us to have a more versatile array of options, and it adds a professional touch to any design.
These cool fonts may be used for business plan logos, creating book covers, designing posters, and creating titles. Additionally, you can use them as cards for weddings, invitations, birthdays, and give certificates and awards an air of occasion. In addition, tattooing and making quotes are good uses for the font.
Hopefully, all the letters of this typeface will work well enough to achieve an aimed design texture. You can also share this awesome font with your design partners and social networks if you genuinely like it.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.