NOW ON: Polish-Inspired Kapra Font Family with 8 Variants – only $7!
Expires: September 27, 2014, 11:59 pm EST
Need a fresh new font to spice things up on your latest project? Maybe you should consider looking to the past in order to move to the future. With the Kapra Font Family, you’re getting a fantastic font inspired by a Polish magazine from the 1960s. The entire Font Family consists of 8 beautiful variants, including a huge collection of popular glyphs. Best of all, for a limited time only, you can get this terrific typeface at a discount of more than 90% off thanks to your friends at Mighty Deal!
Kapra Font Family Highlights:
- Unique, Polish-Inspired Font
This truly fascinating and unique font was inspired by a Polish magazine published back in the 1960s. if you’re looking for a new font that will let you stand out from the crowd, Kapra’s got your name on it!
- 8 Font Variant
The complete Kapra Family includes 8 different variants, so it’s like getting a set of 8 different fonts for 1 low price! Variants include: Kapra Regular Condensed, Kapra Regular Condensed Italic, Kapra Regular, Kapra Regular Italics, Kapra Bold, Kapra Bold Italic, Kapra Extra Bold, and Kapra Extra Bold Italic.
You need glyphs too? You got ’em! Each of the 8 typeface variants includes a large set of glyphs to help you give your projects the finishing touches!
The Kapra Font Family normally sells for $80 (for the Desktop version), but you can get the entire collection of all 8 variants for just $7! That’s a 91% savings off the regular price! OR get both the Desktop and Web Font versions together for just $11, instead of the regular price of $160!
Click BUY NOW to choose your preferred version and give your font collection a truly unique breath of fresh air.
- Delivered as an instant download, after completing your purchase.
- May be used for commercial and personal project.
- Desktop font files are supplied in .otf formats and work on both Mac and Windows.
- The Web fonts are delivered in .eot, .svg, .ttf and .woff formats.
- Note: Some of the additional glyphs are only supported by Adobe CS InDesign, Illustrator and Quark XPress 7.0 and later, however, even without these programs you may still access all of the characters through your operating system’s Character Viewer software which is standard on both Windows and Mac.
- The Web fonts do not include the additional Glyphs.
- These fonts may be used for both commercial and personal projects.
- Licensed on a per user basis.
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