What is the Woodgrit font?
The Woodgrit family could originally be found on broadsides (posters, playbills) throughout the midwest on any public announcements. All original letterforms available were incorporated into the set with little modification.
Typographic convention was limited to creating three weight to serve the needs of the design community. Woodgrit Heavy is a perfect headline weight; Woodgrit Medium fits nicely in subheads, and Woodgrit Thin enables this chunky font to even work well as body copy.
Woodgrit Font families
The Woodgrit includes the following font families:
- Woodgrit Thin
- Woodgrit Medium
- Woodgrit Heavy
Here is a preview of how Woodgrit will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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