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Angeles - Sans Serif Font

Angeles was the first font I created and is still one of my favourites and one that my clients continually ask me to use in their projects! This is how I know you'll love it too!

Angeles is a simple hand drawn casual sans serif font, it has round smooth edges to give you an authentic custom type vibe. It's perfect for logos, packaging design, inspirational quotes and looks great on small and large projects.

What's Included: Angeles includes uppercase characters, punctuation glyphs and numerals.

  • No special software is required to use Angeles
  • Font provided in OTF format.

Grab Angeles now to begin creating your own unique designs!

I really hope you enjoy it - I'd love to know what you think, comments & likes are always hugely welcomed and appreciated.

If you have any questions please feel free to send me a message :)


Display photos by: Griffin Lamb @griffinlamb

  • Angeles otf (400)

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