The combination of thickness and height makes Gobold perfect for headlines, posters, leaflets, name cards, etc. I thanks for many typeface lovers and designers for using Gobold. Since first seen on Dafont.com September 07, 2013, Gobold has been downloading more than one hundred thousand.
Gobold is free for personal use, but donate for commercial use.
Gobold font has been using by some designers for posters, flyers, name cards, and moreover some of them has contacted me for licence. See, as sample, GraphicRiver uses Gobold name cards, logo, and flyers templates.
Gobold fonts consist of 12 types:
- Gobold Regular
- Gobold Italic
- Gobold Bold Regular
- Gobold Bold Italic
- Gobold Thin Regular
- Gobold Thin Italic
- Gobold Light Regular
- Gobold Light Italic
- Gobold Hollow Regular
- Gobold Hollow Italic
- Gobold Hollow Bold Regular
- Gobold Hollow Bold Italic
What a surprising when a user commented that Gobold is: “massive copy of bebas …”. It makes me downloaded the Bebas font and then compared to Gobold I originally created. Gobold is not a copy of bebas, it may look similar in your eyes but they are not same. Even, all of characters are different. See the picture below Gobold vs. Bebas.
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