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Origram Pro

Origram Pro

by Nuno Dias
Individual Styles from $0.99
Complete family of 2 fonts: $21.50
Origram Pro Font Family was designed by Nuno Dias and published by Nuno Dias. Origram Pro contains 2 styles and family package options.

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Origram Pro Family

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About Origram Pro Font Family

ORIGRAM PRO is the full version of ORIGRAM Free Font, a font with over 100k downloads, and counting! This font was already featured in dozens of websites and Design Blogs. I decided to remake this font, smoothing out a few rough edges - so to speak - and adding value to the end result, with several different interesting tweaks and updates. Inspired in the Origami and Tangram tradition, the basic shape is an octagon. Geometrical and regular, resulting in a neat and captivating display font. Not particularly conceived to be used in common text, this stylized font will add value to any large scale image within the realm of logos & branding, outdoors, packaging, titles, magazines, posters, signs, shirts, scrap-booking... Your imagination is the limit. This display font comes now with Uppercases, updated Lowercases, Numbers, and a slew of new Diacritic Marks and Punctuation Marks. A large number of special characters was included in the package, enriching the font’s versatility and usability.

Designers: Nuno Dias

Publisher: Nuno Dias

Foundry: Nuno Dias

Design Owner: Nuno Dias

MyFonts debut: Nov 29, 2014

Origram Pro

About Nuno Dias

Nuno Dias is a Portuguese Graphic Designer with a passion for Illustration, Logo Design, Type Design & Lettering. Out of curiosity, in 2008, he launched the first free version of his "Origram" font, which featured in dozens of Design blogs and got thousands of downloads. In 2014 he finally published his first commercial font via his foundry. To this day, he published two more commercial fonts.

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