Download your bonus Free Goods before time runs out!
0 Days
0 Hrs
0 Min
0 Secs

The Concrete

The Concrete is a high-resolution street tagging & graffiti's inspired typeface, develop with hand-style tagging and build with lot of features.

The Concrete Opentype features including more than 130 glyphs : All Caps Uppercase & Lowercase, Numerals, Punctuation, Ligatures, Alternates Stylistic, Swash & Elements.

The Concrete typeface is good for Poster, Flyer, Titles (for Music, Movie, Biography, etc) Apparel, and Logotype.

for more information in use, please contact


Congratulations! You've got Free Flyer Template for various music event, from dance to hiphop music event. The flyer is print ready! at 300dpi and CMYK color mode, with a size 8.27x11.69 inches + bleed and very well organized files , named, and coordinated groups & layers.

Feel free to contact me if you have any question :

Don't forget the ♥ Like button, guys! Peace & Enjoy! :)

Thank You

  • Concrete otf (400)

{{ pagination.totalCount }} Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment.

Showing {{ pagination.fromCount }} - {{ pagination.toCount }} of {{ pagination.totalCount }}

How do I contact support?

If you need help with the product, please contact the shop owner by visiting their shop profile and sending them a message. For anything else (licensing, billing, etc), please visit our Help Center.

How do I install a font?

After you unzip your font product files, you will see .OTF or .TTF files. To install a font, just double click on the OTF or TTF file. For more information, check out our Font FAQ.

If you’re still having trouble installing the font, please contact the Shop Owner or Creative Market Support.

What software do I need to use this font?

When a font is installed on your computer, it can be used with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. For additional details on OTF special features and installing your new font, check out the Font FAQ.