Brixton Typefamily includes two SVG letterpress styles: Wood and Lead
Brixton is a bold hand-printed typefamily, that celebrates the original letterpress style and all its beautiful imperfections. It's narrow powerful shapes lend itself to strong design, whilst the textures give it an authentic voice.
SVG fonts contain tonnes of detail and texture never possible before, they can be used in any colour and on any background. Brixton typeface includes two SVG letterpress styles: Wood and Lead. Both have completely different transparent textures with incredible detail. Brixton typeface also includes their vector counterparts, making the Brixton a versatile letterpress font for everyone. The use of colour reveals Brixtons full potential, whilst powerful designs wishing to highlight the gritty textures look great in black and white too.
Brixton is an all caps font, with two alternatives for every letter, to maintain the custom made look, without obvious doubles. It includes ALL Central European language support.
Brixton Typefamily includes two font formats to suit everyone's situation.
Brixton SVG Lead - Soft original tonal texture with density variants and original nicks and grit
Brixton SVG Wood - Rich in rough texture and true wooden grain
Brixton OTF Lead // Brixton OTF Wood - Versatile vector counterparts, less detailed but great for branding, identities and use as a Webfont. (Works universally on all software).
Brixton also includes high-resolution files PNG files 3000px of every glyph for people who want to use the font on a very large scale.
To keep files size down only Central European language support is available in the SVG and OTF font.
However a much greater range of foreign support is available in the PNG files (inc. Vietnamese), and can be manually added to your text in Photoshop/Illustrator.
Please note The font previewer above can't render SVG fonts, so don't worry what it looks like there. But you can check out the OTF counterparts.
The SVG format requires Photoshop CC 2017 or Illustrator CC 2018 (or newer)
The Regular OTF format works universally.
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