About Brandogram Monogram Typeface Font Family
After months of testing and development, we have managed to put together the Brandogram Typeface, an ultimate tool for monogram design. With the help of this typeface you can easily create a monogram in less than a minute.
Thanks to the way we have created and optimised Brandogram, the uppercase letters effortlessly fit together with the small caps that are activated by the lowercase letters.
Using the Brandogram typeface you can create unlimited monogram combos with 2, 3 or even 4 letters in some cases. And these are all possible thanks to features like:
Multiple letter widths, from condensed to wide;
- Both sans serif and slab serif letter designs;
Up to 24 different designs per letter;
- All letter variations are available as alternates so you can easily choose your favorite;
Accents are available for each letter alternate;
- Uppercase and lowercase activated letters are constructed to perfectly center and middle align;
- There are 5 solid ready-made weights;
- There are another 2 stencil weights that can bring a new touch to your designs.
The 7 weights of Brandogram Monogram Typeface:
- Stencil One
- Stencil Two
Each of these weights are thought to express different levels of heaviness. The thicker the weight of the font gets, the less white space will be left between the letters when they are combined, therefore your design gets heavier. The role of the stencil weights is to create depth in the monogram designs. With those you can easily delete the extra overlapping shapes of the letters and create passages between the letters and give an interlocking impression.
This typeface combined with your creativity can have no limits!
Brandogram Monogram Typeface
About Design A Lot
We, at Design A Lot, design and develop fonts and typefaces that are creative, eye-catching and fill a whole in the market. Our type foundry's main design inspiration comes from experience and old projects. We've found ourselves multiple times in the position where we have visualized a specific typeface design that would work on projects we were working on, but couldn't find exact matches to our vision. That's when we decided that it would be time for us to create those typefaces and fill that void in the market.