Blonde Fraktur font family

Designed by Alexandra Korolkova

About Blonde Fraktur font family

Blonde Fraktur is a free interpretation of the Gothic theme in Cyrillic. The font is neither Fraktur nor any other Gothic script from the formal point of view, but it makes text look like Gothic script, no matter which language is used. Blonde Fraktur was written with a quill by Alexandra Korolkova and prepared in digital form by Alexandra Pushkova. The font contains a set of alternatives and swashed variations. It suits well for advertising of beer, sausages, pubs and other places where Gothic scripts are commonly used. Released by ParaType in 2010.

Blonde Fraktur

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Blonde Fraktur

1 Family

world-map map Cyrillic map

Pro / OT CFF

supports at least

33 languages.

Blonde Fraktur Regular -  2 variants
From US$ 30
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