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Friday, March 16, 2018

Free Commercial Font of the Week

For the next four days or so, Dublin is the free font of the week at Font Bundles...

This font is a commercial font, and comes with a premium license.  I would not use it as a webfont, incase the site wound-up drawing more than 100,000 views/month (as per the limit of the premium license), but it could be used in website graphics and would do well in logos you want styled in this manner.

Here's the premium license breakdown copied directly from the Font Bundles website...

Premium License

Our Premium License allows you to create personal and commercial use products.
Acceptable Use:
  • Unlimited projects for yourself, family members, and friends.
  • Projects for commercial use to be sold to customers.
Commercial use no limit examples include:
  • Making physical crafts/artwork and selling them at craft fairs and/or online.
  • Printing and Selling Physical non-customizable products such as T shirts - Read Print on Demand Acceptable Use
  • Making flyers for a client, printing and distributing them.
  • Using products downloaded/purchased from us in an app, which is available to download to a mobile device.
  • Using products downloaded/purchased from us in your favourite software such as Cricut Design Space, Silhouette Studio, and Adobe Illustrator to make an ‘end product’ for sale.
Commercial use limited examples include:
  • Use of web fonts up to a total 100,000 page views per month.
  • Use of products in eBooks/printed book titles up to 10,000 sales a month.
  • Use of products downloaded/purchased directly within music videos, TV episodes, films or other broadcast productions up to 100,000 views per month.
Non-acceptable Use:
  • Distributing files downloaded/purchased from us in any manner, including: selling, giving away for free, or as part of a package of products.
  • Allowing more than one user to use items downloaded/purchased from us to make projects for personal or commercial use.
  • Using products downloaded/purchased from us in TV, films, music videos, or any other broadcast productions above 100,000 views per month.
  • Converting fonts into different formats without written permission from the designer.
  • Creating a digital product to sell/distribute which only consists of the letters/numbers of a font, or a design which closely resembles the design element downloaded/purchased from us.
  • Allowing end users to customize and print on demand products using fonts/designs downloaded from us.

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