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Free Font Friday: Atami

by Margaret Penney | August 12, 2016

Atami is an innovative and versatile free font from one-to-watch designer Andrew Herndon of Jonesboro Arkansas. The font comes in many weights and styles making it a full typeface that can be adapted for use as a paragraph type or display font.

Atami comes in two weights light and regular and also has a display version. The display version has its own three styles: Futura the geometric, Wavey the modular and Playboy a stencil-like design. The display types are really like three additional fonts that are on trend and current. Atami Display fonts would be a good choice for a fashion label logotype, a music show or an art opening, for instance.


You can download the full set at Herndon’s Behance page. Full accent set also included.



Margaret Penney is the Managing Editor of Notes on Design. Margaret is a teacher, designer, writer and new media artist and founder of Hello Creative Co.


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