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ARGENTINE FONT


ARGENTINE FONT


Argentine is a linear condensed font built to work seamlessly together with every letter and number. It's a throwback to a time when product contained typography that had the perfect blend of character meets function. Argentine is the just the font you need for logos, posters, t-shirts, typography designs, and much more.

Watch the font and action here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mwgwnawlbpgdnan/Argentine-Instructions.mov?dl=0


You Get :


Argentine Font

  • Full alphabet
  • Numbers
  • Tons of alternate letters and numbers

Extended User License Agreement (EULA) available upon request. Examples of use when you need to purchase the EULA: merchandise for re-sale including, but not limited to, postcards, mugs, t-shirts, posters, electronic templates, PowerPoint or Keynote templates where the Digital Product contributes to the core value of the product.

  • ARGENTINE Regular otf (400)

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