Free Font Friday: Fredoka
Created by Milena Brandao, this bold rounded font is a statement in and of itself… but the kicker is the two-for-one you get with the added dingbat package. They are so outstanding, we had to feature this free download. It can be used for both personal and commercial use. Fredoka can be a decorative font for a special headline or graphic.
Dingbats are not our usual feature but as an ornament or character they can be easy and fun to use. We find this selection worthy of a download. Use the dingbats to add one or more simple pictures without using clip art. Don’t be afraid to enlarge and use as part of a logo or use as a special bullet character. They can also be used as borders or dividers but remember to use sparingly and for effect.
Fredoka should be used as a book cover or logo. Jive with this retro styled font. It’s playful yet soulful in emotion. Gender neutral, it plays slightly on our inner hippy. Use it in large point and full of color. Create music posters or humanitarian flyers, the vibe is comfortable yet poignant.
Whether you’re headed for an edgy endeavor or just want to flirt with a cute project, this font download delivers. The diversity is noteworthy and the type crafty. Interestingly, the release of the dingbats has never been official but they will become a valued addition to your font library.
Jill Meyer is the Managing Editor of Notes on Design. A Scottsdale, Arizona resident, Jill is an artist, decorative painter, interior designer, and writer.