Rokkitt Slab Serif Font Family
Introducing a lovely slab serif font. Vernon Adams created and shared Rokkitt after being inspired by the type shapes of a variety of unusual geometric slab serifs, often known as Egyptians that were prominent in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The Inland Type Foundry released litho Antique in 1910, and American Type Founders released comparable types in the 1920s, and Monotype Corporation in the 1930s.
Vernon Adams started working on the typeface in 2011 and worked on it until 2014. Kalapi Gajjar finished Vernon’s original work in 2016 and issued a significant update that included a full set of 9 weights and support for other Latin languages. Rokkitt is designed to be used as a display typeface in headers and headlines, but it can also be used in text sizes as a substitute for sans serif designs.
This one-of-a-kind font family is ideal for a variety of tasks, including logo design, business cards, invitation cards, stationery, wedding designs, social media postings, poster advertisements, product packaging, printing, watermarks, and special events. It’s recommended to use it for headings and headlines. We hope that all of the styles of this typeface will help you achieve the desired design texture.
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Rokkitt Slab Serif Font Family View
|Name||Rokkitt Slab Serif Font Family|
|File Format||TTF, OTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal Use.|
Rokkitt Slab Serif Font Family is also assessable for commercial purposes. However, purchasing a commercial license is strongly advised for commercial use.