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Proverbs Regular | A Slab Serif Font

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Proverbs Regular is a slab-serif display-type font. It was built with precision using matching curves and lines on each letter to complement its unique style. The double lines reinforce structure and a strong base. The serifs at the end of each letter helps them to stand alone without needing additional text around them to make a statement.

Proverbs Regular was created to be used as a display font. It works especially well with added tracking. This font uses all uppercase glyphs. The lowercase glyphs are small caps.


Proverbs Regular is ideal for:

  • Large header text
  • Text overlays for hero images
  • Book covers
  • Product Mock-Ups

The goods you'll receive:

  • Desktop fonts in TrueType & OpenType formats
  • Webfont

I hope you enjoy using it as much as I enjoyed making it.

  • Proverbs v.1.0 ttf (400)
  • Proverbs v.1.0 otf (400)

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