Font Family by Igor Petrovic
Includes 3 Font Styles from $18Buy Now
"NASLOF" is a new beautiful and vibrant font family consisting of three styles: Regular, Wire, and Color. For now, it's an all-caps font supporting Latin and Cyrillic.
It is perfect to instantly draw attention to a message you want to be seen and remembered. Its bold and unique visual tone will emphasize your ideas in a lively and optimistic way. You should give it a try on your social media visuals.
As shown in the specimen, its bold and juicy character is convenient for various graphic design usages like banners, ads, cover images, brochures, logos, packaging, business cards, and more. It works well on printed material and looks good on-screen.
ABOUT THE CONCEPT
The idea for Naslof started from the color version. Actually, this is just one of the 14 color font concepts that I developed two years ago. Only the two most extreme of them have turned into actual fonts so far ? Olcino and Naslof.
Olcino is intentionally the "most illogical" one. It examines how far we can go with adding a visual/emotional message to the basic letterforms while still keeping them legible. Naslof goes in the counter-direction: to apply colors most cleanly and logically, immanent to the outlines of their letterforms. That's why those letterforms (in the "regular" version, which was the base for color stylization) are drawn so they can be easily decomposed to basic geometry shapes later.
Each segment has one of three solid colors from the palette. As a final step, a black linear frame is added, which differentiates segments and ensures the colors are visible over any background. I would describe the color palette as soft pop art, while the black frame gives the font a bit of an art deco look (especially when presented without the colors in the "wire" style).
• 3 OTF files (Regular, Color, Wire).
• The Multicolor OTF version of this font will show up only in apps that are compatible with color fonts, like Adobe Photoshop CC 2017.0.1 and above, Illustrator CC 2018 or QuarkXPress 2018.
• Works both on Mac and Windows.
Learn more about color fonts & their support in third-party apps here: www.colorfonts.wtf