AeroFrog is another free font exclusive for ImJustCreative, providing a platform to help designers spread the word about their font designs. You can download AeroFrog font for free below.
My name is Branko. I am graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia, and I am founder of Design Studio Tajfazon www.tajfazon.com. Site is still under construction, but till then you can check my Behance portfolio.
I am also full time working senior designer in agency Strawberry Ideas & Solutions here in Belgrade. Working also as DTP and graphic producer.
I am the creator of some of the best works of the agency and responsible for some of the agency’s biggest clients. When I am not designing corporate things I love to experiment with letters, numbers and shapes, gradients and shadows, and trying to make it my own way. Not sure that I have style, but I am sure on a way to find it.
About the font
AeroFrog is fat poster font. Not too readable, but it sure can be readable if you follow the logic of word and sentences. Font is constructed with 5 rows and 5 columns per letter. With removing one or few of that small squares on specific places, you can see how letter gets born.
I wanted to make this letters eye friendly so I made the edges curved. And like that letters reminds me on frog feet. And that’s how the font got its name! But why aero? Well, in moments of creating the font I was listening to Aeroplane by RHCP. :)
Connect with Branko
All rights are reserved by Branko Bobic. You may use AeroFrog freely for noncommercial and personal purposes.
Please contact Branko Bobic before using the fonts for commercial purposes.
Please note this is a exclusive download. You are not permitted to redistribute this font as a direct download from any other site. If you wish to list AeroFrog in your blog as part of a font post/listing then you can do so, but please direct your readers to this post for the font download.
Download AeroFrog exclusively from ImJustCreative.
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