The Archive Font belongs to the Sans-Serif fonts typefaces. Its designer is Slava Kirilenko who is from Almaty, Kazakhstan. He is a professional type designer and he is working at “Brownfox Type-Foundry”. He creates wonderful typefaces with the newest technical standards. It is free for personal use only.
If someone is looking for an eye-soothing font, then Archive Font must be his choice. This font has a bold and eye-catching look which makes everyone gaze at the design in which it is used. Whether it be a Print, Poster, Motion Graphic, or even a Logo.
There are very few fonts designers use in motion graphics and this font is one of them. It is a well-known choice of graphic designers for Web, T-Shirt designs, posters, etc. This font’s creation is with the best geometric forms and is available for free download and usage. It belongs to the contemporary sans-serif fonts family.
Who Used Archive Font?
This font is in use by many organizations for making trademarks because of its professional look. In some areas, this font is in use for making invitation cards as well. This font can is usable in any way possible that someone can think of and it is free for personal usage. It is an amazing font and there is no doubt it that.
It is even in use with the combination of its alternative fonts such as libre baskerville font, chronicle Display, and Cona Display. This font is widely used by Graphic Designers worldwide for making Logos, Motion Graphics, Web pages, Prints, Posters, Flyers, T-Shirts designs, and in everything one can think of.
This font is mainly in use for physical prints especially for campaign billboards of election and information signs. It is in use for making business cards and web because of its sleek and professional look and it makes the logo and slogan of the user very memorable.
Archive Font Family Appearance
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|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for personal use only|
Font License Guide
This font is a Free Licensed font and it can be used for personal usage. However, it is best if the user reads the License agreement thoroughly before using this font publicly for commercial purposes.
Alternatives of Archive Font
- Baskerville Font
- Bebas Neue Font
- Kepler Font
- Kepler Std Semibold Font
- Reader Font
- Regular Font
- Armitage Font
- Proxima Nova Font
- Maison Neue Font
- Open Sans Condensed Font
- Neuzeit Font
Family of Archive Font
- Archive-Bold Italic
Archive Font Free Download
To download and start working with this amazing font with the best geometric forms for free, click the Download Now button below and start using it without any wait.
Hebrew, Bulgarian, Serbian (Cyrillic), English, Spanish, Greek and Dutch Kurdish (Latin), Vietnamese in Latin, Ukrainian, Polish, Italian, Turkish, French, Arabic, Greek, Cyrillic, Romanian, Kazakh (Latin), Czech, Icelandic, Basque, Estonian, Irish, Croatian, Belarusian, Hebrew, Thai, Luxembourgian, Russian, Portuguese, Belarusian (Latin), Swedish, Urdu, German, Persian, Hungarian, Danish, Serbian (Latin), Lithuanian, Slovenian, Latvian, Slovak, Finnish.
FAQs About This Font!
What is Archive Font?
This font belongs to the Sans-Serif fonts typefaces. Its designer is Slava Kirilenko who is from Almaty, Kazakhstan. This font is a creation with the best geometric forms.
Is Archive Font secure for my computer?
Yes, it is without any doubt very secure to use on your computer. If you still have any doubts, then you can run an antivirus scan on the font File.
How to get Archive Font for free?
It is very simple to get this font for free. Just click on the “Download Now” button on this page and the downloading will start. Then you can use this font for free.
What are the Alternatives and Combinations of Archive Font?
There are many Alternatives and Combinations of this font such as Baskerville, Bebas Neue, Kepler, Kepler Std Semibold, Reader, Regular, Armitage, Proxima Nova, Pretendo Font, Maison Neue, and Neuzeit.
Can I use Archive Font in MS Office Word?
Yes, it is free to download and use in MS Office Word, you just have to download it and install it in your system and you are good to go.
Is Archive Font a Free Licensed Font?
Yes, this font is a Free License Font to use for Personal use. however, you should read the License agreement thoroughly before using Archive Font publicly for commercial purposes.