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Golden Dragon

Golden Dragon

by Hipfonts
Individual Styles from $18.00
Golden Dragon Font Family was designed by Igor Ovsyannykov and published by Hipfonts. Golden Dragon contains 1 styles.

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About Golden Dragon Font Family

Golden Dragon is a hand-drawn serif typeface. The font's vintage look adds a personal/organic touch to your designs. It looks absolutely beautiful paired with textures. You can use it for branding, social media, headlines, Youtube thumbnails, emblems, posters, merchandise, advertising, and much more. Golden Dragon is perfect for creative projects that need a unique Asian look. But don't let that limit your creativity it's also great for pirate themed projects.

Designers: Igor Ovsyannykov

Publisher: Hipfonts

Foundry: Hipfonts

Design Owner: Hipfonts

MyFonts debut: Nov 11, 2022

Golden Dragon

About Hipfonts

HipFonts is a bustling type foundry where each stroke of the pen breathes modernism into the ancient art of typography.The fusion of aesthetic allure and contemporary design isn't just a goal; it’s an unyielding standard.The foundry stands as a cradle of creativity, endlessly forging typefaces that are not mere sets of characters, but a voyage of visual storytelling. With a meticulous touch, our skilled artisans blend time-honored techniques with today’s sleek aesthetics, shaping the very soul of modern typefaces.In the heart of this imaginative haven, every curve and line is conceived with purpose, with an unwavering commitment to beautify the canvas of communication. The typefaces birthed here are not just fonts—they are the echoes of a progressive design ethos, resonating with the cadence of today’s world.The foundry's portfolio is a playground of elegance and innovation, each typeface a testimony to HipFonts’ pledge of pushing the boundaries, crafting the unseen, and voicing the unspoken through the eloquence of type.

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