Bree Font

Bree

About Bree Font

The Bree Serif font is a mature slab and energetic serif that preserves the original flavor of handwriting. It also supports an ideal editorial usage. The elegant nature of its shapes makes a strong impression while maintaining the uniqueness of its san serif cousins.

The Bree font family is a lively sans serif that provides a spirited look and feels for headline usage and branding. As an upright italic, the Bree Font displays a pleasant combination of rather modest capitals with vivid lowercase letters. That gives text a lively appearance.

Notably, the Bree Font is clearly influenced by handwriting. Even so, some users say that the font has a touch of cheekiness. The font also has a wide posture for each character. Its extra-large x-height equals a big personality too. The full bundle of the Bree Font Variety includes variable fonts.

The Bree font comes from the sans serif family by José Scaglione and Veronika Burian. In 2019, the Bree font got a huge update with a few shapes being updated or added. For example, the ‘k’ and German capital ‘ß’. Here, two completely new weights were added, is the Book and Book Italic. Overall, the spacing was perfected. Additionally, Vietnamese language support was added to Bree Font. The Bree Greek and Cyrillic scripts were designed from scratch to match the Latin’s tone.

In 2021, Thai band Arabic scripts were added along with refined Vietnamese diacritics and Pinyin being added to Latin. Currently, Devanagari is under development. Bree was designed in a flexible font format for those who desire to have full control over the font’s appearance while concurrently saving digital weight in the form of megabytes. That implies that the Bree Font is in the perfect position for the next digital revolution.

The entire 14-weight Bree Latin font family comprises Pinyin and Vietnamese and is available in variable and standard OpenType font formats. It has been elected for such wide-ranging uses as the branding font type for the country of Peru, organic food brands, Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the US, and a range of layouts including mobile apps, online magazines, newspapers, and books. Ensure that you check out other scripts in the full multiscript Bree Font family.

There are many font developers and creators that have joined the journey of the digital type revolution that will make fonts more accessible. Plus, these developers as aiming to make major enhancements to most of the fonts. At the moment, we can authoritatively say that the Bree Font has quickly become widely used in digital formats. Still, it continues its popularity among designers. Perhaps, its spry personality and easily recognized forms caught the eyes of many designers around the world.

With one or two modification choices, Bree Font has become the voice to attract people through branding. More and more Android apps like the Camera+ photo app have used the Bree Font as their main font. Of course, the font has received praises for its pixel-perfect UI. The bottom line is that the Bree Font has undoubtedly proven itself a master of the printed and digital world.

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