Bavaroir font family


Designed by  Dr. Philip Kraft

About Bavaroir font family

Bavaroir looks like a techno party in the throne room of Neuschwanstein: grandiose, original and still high-tech, modern, stylish and chic… anything but lifeless. The design experiment was to create a sans serif based on ‘dropping endings’. Something between elegance and protest, Bavaroir coquettishly hides its edges. Although pretty narrow in design, Bavaroir still flows easily, openly and well readably, even in very small sizes. Bavaoir was designed for the URW++ FontForum.

Bavaroir

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Bavaroir

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Bavaroir Regular

-  2 variants
From US$ 40
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Bavaroir Bold

-  2 variants
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