Rufina is a sans-serif typeface font. Martin Sommaruga designed this font. Google published this font with two styles that are licensed under the Open Font License. But Adobe and TipoType published the full family of Rufina font. With 350 characters and 9 styles, this font is very much eye-catching and attractive. Rufina has two weights and each containing a selection of illustrative ornaments.
Minion pro, Bodoni, Baskerville, and many more fonts have a similar-looking typeface like Rufina. Free download is available on our website. To Download free, scroll down to our download font section and use it in your projects.
This font can be used in many working areas. Below are the fields of its use.
- Branding: You can make an elegant logo, banner, brochures, posters, business cards, letter head, and many more. In a word, this font is very useful for branding.
- Official: Many people use this font in official work. It can easily used in official documents and printing.
So download this interesting font now without any hassle. However, after reading the license section sincerely, you will use it.
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|Font Licence||Free For Personal and Commercial Use.|
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- Rufina Regular.
- Rufina Bold.
Similar to Rufina Font
- Minion Pro.
This font is licensed under the Open Font License. You can use this freely in your products & projects – print or digital, commercial, or otherwise. This isn’t legal advice, please consider consulting a lawyer and see the full license for all details.
- What type of font is Rufina?
Ans: Rufina is a sans-serif typeface font designed by Martin Sommaruga.
- Is Rufina Font safe to download and use in My PC and MAC?
Ans: Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.
- Is there any font similar to Rufina in Google Fonts?
Ans: Rufina itself is a google font.
- Is it OK to use this on an online platform?
Ans: Yes, you can use the Rufina font on the online platform.
- How to install Rufina font in Computer?
Ans: Check PC or Mac instructions link to Rufina Font on your computer.