What is the African Textile™ font?
The African Textile font had two major influences. The pattern is derived from the bogolan cloths from Africa, originally made using a traditional dyeing technique from Mali that uses bogo or clay as prime dye material.
The character shapes are largely based on the Tabwa font.
The font is best used as a heading or poster font, although the boldness of the design allows it to be useful at medium sizes, as subheadings as well. It is professionally letter-spaced and kerned and contains a complete character set.
African Textile™ Font families
The African Textile™ includes the following font families:
African Textile™ Preview
Here is a preview of how African Textile™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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