About Curlz Font
Carl Crossgrove and Steve Matteson created Curlz in 1995 for Agfa Monotype as a humorous OTF display typeface. Curlz is made to look like metal that has been bent and twisted. A good comparison for this typeface is Remedy, a typeface produced by Frank Heine for the Emigre foundry in 1991. Curlz contains 2 styles and supports up to 81 different languages.
Curlz is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation and may be licensed in certain areas. Add some little curlz to posters, brochures, invites, menus, and t-shirts for a distinctive, festive touch.
You may download the Curlz font family for free for personal use solely from this site. The Free Font Vault is a fantastic resource for downloading virtually any font for free.
Usage Of Curlz Font
You may put this cool and futuristic typeface to a lot of good use. Typefaces can be built in a variety of ways, depending on the context. If you want to convey a sense of fun and irreverence, the Curlz typeface is your best bet. Menus, signs, and greeting cards may all benefit from the use of Curlz.
|Designer||Carl Crossgrove and Steve Matteson.|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal Use.|