TypeType released TT Corals just last week and it’s already clear that it’s going to be a hit. And even better, they’re giving you TT Corals Thin for free and offering the entire family for just $21!
The 12 font family is a modern, humanistic sans serif that was inspired by the many of the traits typical of type from the early 20th century. The complete collection ranges in style from thin (which you can download for free!) to black.
TT Corals is a modern humanistic sans-serif which has many typical traits of the beginning of the 20th century. For an increased functionality of the font family we’ve created 6 typefaces of various weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Extrabold, Black.
The distinctive smoothness of the lines and separate elements allows using TT Corals for different design areas. For instance, it will perfectly fit for the topics of classical literature or music, and any other diverse creative areas of humans’ activities. TT Corals inspires with its freshness and novelty and gives new ideas for your creativity and art.
To download this font just add the free style (priced $0.00) to the shopping cart and proceed to checkout. You won’t be charged a single cent.
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