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Fonteys Pro downloadDesigner: Fernando Fuentes
Publisher: Fando Fonts
Fonteys Pro was designed by Fernando Fuentes and published by Fando Fonts. Fonteys Pro contains 10 styles and family package options. The font is currently #46 in Hot New Fonts. 

FonteysPRO is the new and improve version of the Fonteys font family by Fernando Fuentes and the Eysner award nominated Albert Monteys.

It is an informal font family designed to letter comics. With a unique handwritting style is also perfect when you need an informal typography.

FonteysPRO has a lot of variants for each letter to enhance the handwriting feeling. It's feels like actual hand lettering. And, if were not enough, the Fonteys supports almost all latin languages, cylliric, greek, and even vietnamese.

Its early version Fonteys, available at 'pay what you want' in the designer webpage, has became in a success in the Indie Comic scene from Spain. Now with the PRO version FonteysPRO will surely become in one of the most used comic books typographies in the world. (In our modest opinion, of course)

Font Family:
· Fonteys Pro Regular
· Fonteys Pro Italic
· Fonteys Pro Medium
· Fonteys Pro Medium Italic
· Fonteys Pro Bold
· Fonteys Pro Bold Italic
· Fonteys Pro Black
· Fonteys Pro Black Italic
· Fonteys Pro Heavy
· Fonteys Pro Heavy Italic

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