Espa Brush is a new font. It would be great if you added it to your font collection. Krišjānis Mežulis designed Espa Brush. Espa has a brush-like feel and appearance. Each letter was hand-drawn with a thin waterbrush on acrylic paper. This makes the typeface original.
Download contains 92 characters and has all the basic glyphs, .otf, and .woff .woff2 files. It supports both the Latin extended languages as well as Cyrillic characters base.
There is another version of Espa which is the Espa Extended brush. The font features both uppercase and lowercase letters, so you will have a wide range of characters to use in typographic work. It has updated open-type features and advanced kerning. Multiple language support.
Espa Extended brush font contains 434 characters and has its own personality. It is great for any type of project and adds a unique touch to every type of work.
Version: Version 1.000
Glyph count: 92
The font suits best big headlines and gives them a personal touch. It is also ideal for branding projects, logos, and wedding designs.
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The license of this font is freeware, non-commercial by the author. Let’s break down the term. Freeware, non-commercial means it’s totally free to download and use for your personal purpose. But, when you need this font for commercial purposes you have to buy it from the author. You can click on our link below to download it.
If you are looking for the free version of Espa Brush Font here it is. The download link is ready. Click the download link below and you will get the font immediately at no cost.
Ans: Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.
Ans: Yes, you can use the Espa Brush Font on the online platform.
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