What is the Brunette font?
The Brunette font was created with the sole purpose to serve companies that want to express character, emotion, and personal touch through their logotypes (think Bakeries, Juice Bars, Cafes, Jewelry stores, etc.)
Brunette was made entirely from scratch (handwritten letters on paper), which were then vectorized and tweaked to gain consistency. The charm of the font is in its irregularity and resemblance to real handwriting. Brunette is perfect for businesses that want to convey a casual and organic image while making their products more human and approachable.
Brunette Font families
The Brunette includes the following font families:
Here is a preview of how Brunette will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Who Designed Brunette Font?
Brunette font was designed by Veneta Rangelova.
“I’d like to think that my fonts are not fonts for their own sake, but serve a specific purpose,”
Veneta Ranelova, creator and sole designer of a font publishers called DearType. She comes from a branding background, where every design decision is grounded in brand strategy. Veneta tries to design fonts that convey a certain feel and clearly speak for the business / brand that they represent.
Veneta lives and works in the beautiful city of Sofia, Bulgaria. Veneta’s font foundry started out as a blog about typography.
Veneta’s love of typography first started through her job as a creative director at a branding agency.
“Even though we handle projects from different fields, I can say that selecting the right font is half of the job,” she says. “As time passed, I became convinced that font and color alone can create a striking impression and thus should always be a priority. I like how a font can tell a story on its own, which inspired me to give type design a try.”
Veneta has designed many great fonts over the years. She designed the modern, rough brush script Renovation. Clearly there is much to look forward to from Veneta Rangelova. Also check out her most popular font Hello Headline.