Brickton might seem dominating with it’s bold characters and pointy serifs. Getting up close with it reveals that although there are no curves in characters, corners and arches are chamfered to give at least some softness to it.
Brickton uses a layered font system that let’s you superimpose styles. Use Brickton Regular and Brickton Lines on top of each other to create a design with text that has an inline style to it. Or use Brickton Ridge for another type of line style.
In total there are 8 styles of Brickton as well as two bonus “dingbat” fonts for banners & badges that works great with use of the Brickton typeface family.
If that’s not enough there are also 40 banners & 40 badges included in vector format. With text paths just ready for you to type on. Adobe Illustrator is needed for those files.
- Designer: Great Scott!
- License: You can use this font for personal purpose.
You can purchase full version and commercial license here: https://crmrkt.com/5damXw