About Alpha Echo font
Alpha Echo is a free typeface from a well known designer. A great choice for business cards, book covers. Feel free to use it in commercial projects, or as a webfont via CSS.
Alpha Echo font by Vic Fieger can be used to make a difference in web design, graphic design or illustration project portfolios. This vintage typeface comes formatted for graphic design software and publishing software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, CorelDRAW, QuarkXPress and Microsoft Office and it's glyphs are compatible with Windows, Mac or Linux operating systems.
When to use this vintage typeface?
While on the first glance this Vic Fieger typeface is no different than other free vintages we've published here on FONT·EX™. However, we've seen this one heavily used by top-tier creative marketing agencies, web development agencies and e-commerce agencies. It has even been used for logos and corporate brochures by United States life and car insurance companies, law firms, online colledges and other businesses alike.
If you like this vintage style, you won't make a mistake if you decide to download this free typeface. It can be used in personal and commercial design, illustration or publishing. Just make sure to confirm this with the type designer's license upon download.
Vic Fieger's design process
The famous Vic Fieger really shaken up the world of typography at the time when releasing this typeface for free download. Especially if we consider the evident effort that was invested in it's development. This can be easily confirmed by simply looking at the synergy between it's glyphs and ligatures, not normally found in free typography. This typeface is anything but ordinary so we highly recommend you trying it out.
Download Alpha Echo font
This unique typeface can be obtained by clicking the download button below, should you decide to use it in your next creative design project. One thing is certain, the style of this vintage typeface can definitely enrich your next design and help you grab attention of the reader.