Flambard Font

Flambard is based on samples of extremely fanciful sign lettering from the Art Nouveau period. It has some characteristics in common with a few of our prior Art Nouveau font releases like Odeon and Finchley.

We named it Flambard because the unusual letter shapes look rather like compressed flames. It’s very stylized, but still readable. Excellent for titles or decorative lettering uses.

You can try out the free demo version of Flambard for either MacOS or Windows, and the full version of Flambard is available on our ONLINE ORDERING PAGE.

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