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  • Font InformationParagraph Stretch (Bold) Fontset:Various / ParagraphCopyright:wfr // Copyright (c) 2011 by Jan Schmoeger/Paragraph(R). AllFormat:OpenTypeFont Sources Retailer: MyFonts.comBuy from MyFonts.com Test it Character Set

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Paragraph Stretch Heavy Font Free Download



This modern font set designed by Faridul Haque has both serif and sans serif versions. The sans serif set is neat and clean with different style curves and straight angles. The serif version has thin, small extensions with a tidy curve connector. Lowercase letters in Leoscar are rounded and dainty and can work well in small paragraphs.


Pier Sans is an off geometric font with low curves and straight cut lines. It was designed to look good on both large headings and long paragraphs. It comes in ten weights and styles for lots of possibilities. The large curves on the "P" and "R" make it look friendly and easy to read.


This font family grew from one modern geometric font to an entire typeface as the designer added on to the collection. The entire type family is completely free for both personal and commercial use and is so versatile that it can be used for pretty much anything.


Corn is a sweet and rounded font which feels happy and simple. The free demo font is the regular weight and looks great on social media graphics a well as logos and titles. The full family has 14 styles, from thin to ultrabold. The low crosslines and large curves make this wonderful all-cap font easy to use and a great addition to your collection.


This is another great, modern font that will look great on your headings and social media graphics. Pointy and straight-edge terminals with a low crossline and a condensed curve give this font a bottom-heavy feel.


This font designed by Hendrick Rolandez is available completely free in all its weights and styles. From thin italic to ultrabold, Vanity is a classic modern serif ready to grace magazines, fashion spreads, promotional postcards, and classy, modern billboards.


Modern, futuristic and with a bit of an Art Deco feel, Bondi is a fun novelty font for all types of fun and bubbly designs. The left side is a thick line while the right side is thin, creating a wonderful balance. The letter "S" has the thickness on the right to create an illusion of weight at the bottom instead of being top-heavy.


This font is another gorgeous type family by Zetafonts. Slightly geometric and a bit flattened in the wider variants, Body is a superfamily. Four widths are available as a free download. This is another font family which can work for many different projects.


PREAMBLEThe goals of the Open Font License (OFL) are to stimulate worldwide development of collaborative font projects, to support the font creation efforts of academic and linguistic communities, and to provide a free and open framework in which fonts may be shared and improved in partnership with others.


The OFL allows the licensed fonts to be used, studied, modified and redistributed freely as long as they are not sold by themselves. The fonts, including any derivative works, can be bundled, embedded, redistributed and/or sold with any software provided that any reserved names are not used by derivative works. The fonts and derivatives, however, cannot be released under any other type of license. The requirement for fonts to remain under this license does not apply to any document created using the fonts or their derivatives.


It's common to use both url() and local() together, so that the user's installed copy of the font is used if available, falling back to downloading a copy of the font if it's not found on the user's device.


If the local() function is provided, specifying a font name to look for on the user's device, and if the user agent finds a match, that local font is used. Otherwise, the font resource specified using the url() function is downloaded and used.


In this example, the user's local copy of "Helvetica Neue Bold" is used; if the user does not have that font installed (both the full font name and the Postscript name are tried), then the downloadable font named "MgOpenModernaBold.ttf" is used instead:


In this example, the user's local copy of \"Helvetica Neue Bold\" is used; if the user does not have that font installed (both the full font name and the Postscript name are tried), then the downloadable font named \"MgOpenModernaBold.ttf\" is used instead:


In narrow columns, a single word can occasionally appearby itself on a line. If the paragraph is set to full justification,a single word on a line may appear to be too stretched out. Insteadof leaving such words fully justified, you can center them or alignthem to the left or right margins.


Thanks for choosing Fontfabric's free fonts! We help designers from all over the world scale up their projects and clients with great typography. Opt-out anytime by clicking the Unsubscribe link in the footer of your emails. See our Privacy Notice for more information.


Keep in mind that not all fonts are free. If you have Cricut Access, you can use most of them. However, some of them need to be purchased before cutting your project.


Bariol Serif is a clean, soft and friendly font that turns heads and offers fantastic readability. With a modern and functional design, it offers many ligatures and alternate forms and handles all-caps styling with aplomb. The regular and italic versions of this font are free to download in exchange for a tweet.


You can tell by the name that Novela is a font designed for reading. But this elegant display serif is anything but bland, thanks to its generous x-height, sharp terminals and extreme stroke contrast. As well as books, magazines and online articles, it would also work for posters, packaging, logos and anywhere else where you need text that exudes class and style. Also note that the Regular style is available as a free download for personal use, and you can 'pay what you want' for the complete family.


Minipax is a free, open-source font inspired by George Orwell's novel 1984 and designed to evoke the atmosphere of the dystopian world it describes. Designer Raphaël Ronot wanted it to be as complete as possible (large glyph sets are rare in the world of open source), so you'll find plenty of alternates, ligatures, special characters and diacritics to play with.


Want to make your audience look twice? ABC Maxi is a warm and witty type system characterised by spaghetti movements and angular lines. It has an underlying skeleton referencing mid-century and post-modern Swiss designs, but as a variable font, these familiar shapes can be exaggerated and emboldened in any way you see fit, stretching from Hairline to Black to everything in-between. While designing the font, we were interested in how subtle manipulations in shape could affect the tone of the overall typeface.


When you open a project received from your team or downloaded from the internet, Lunacy checks if all the required fonts are available on your computer. If some of them are missing but they are available in the Google fonts library, Lunacy will download and apply them, provided that your computer is connected to the internet. But if those fonts are not from the Google library:


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