Ceviche One Font has the most extraordinary appearance of all display retro fonts. And all of its characters have been created by Miguel Hernandez. The font lettering used in the 1960s has served as an inspiration.
Ceviche One is ideal for everything from short headline text to poster titles and also perfect for packaging, stationery, logo design, and more. This beautiful font family has been crafted with great attention to detail, unlike other contemporary fonts available today. Ceviche One is aesthetically pleasing, highly readable, and versatile across many design projects.
A bold expressionist sans has been paired with delicious, wild, and delicious curves to create this elegant font. It’s a perfect candidate for large headlines and posters due to that amazing fact.
Ceviche One has evolved from an 80’s-era display font to a fatter and more robust sans serif typeface. It features a contemporary, monoline-style design with a natural hand-lettering feel. The family comes in eight fonts: thin, thin italic, ultra-light, ultra-light italic, light, light italic, regular, bold, regular, bold italic, and black. Ceviche One has extremely social gestalt – you can use it for long blocks of text – but it is also very effective at short headlines.
The letters were created with thick strokes to make them suitable for display. This is why it makes a great combination with Vampirina Font and Jester Font.
The Ceviche One Font comes in a single style and can be downloaded in Opentype format. The technique has 246 glyphs as well as 244 characters.
The SIL license for that font will indeed allow everyone to make use of it for commercial purposes. In addition to movie posters and game graphics, brand logos can be used for book covers and book covers.
Fabric printing, card printing, product design, and many more. Our services include all of this and more. It is just the designer’s wish that, when it is used, he gets better results.
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