Multicolore SVG Font
The story of Multicolore dates back to 2012 when I got inspired by the Pentagram’s Michael Bierut work for Mohawk Paper and I thought – can I create something like this but in a form of a typeface? By that time technology didn’t allowed fonts to have more than one colour, so I basically saved everything as AI and EPS. And I gave it to the public – FREE for personal and commercial project.
People seemed to love it very much and it became my only (so far) Featured project here on Behance. The good thing about it was that everyone could grab it, change the main colors and make something unique.
Until February 2019 the typeface was available only as vector outlines. Now I’m introducing the SVG OTF Font which allows you to write in Adobe CC 2018 products and above.
Note: The examples are created with the Vector outlines, it is (yet) not possible to change the colors of a SVG font on the fly
How to Install a Font
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If you like my work and you have put Multicolore for a good use in your project, you can donate to my Paypal:
SVG Font: Adobe Illustrator CC 2018, Indesign CC 2018, Photoshop CC2018 or higher. If you are trying to use it on a lower version it will default to monochromatic standard font.
Vector outlines: Adobe Illustrator CS 3 or better
August 2020: Improved kerning and spacing, added support for Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian languages. Added lowercase glyphs.
February 2019: UPDATE SVG OTF font (compatible with Adobe CC 2018)
November 2013: UPDATE : Added inline and dotted style
May 2013: UPDATE: Included a Cyrillic alphabet and fixed some small errors.
Multicolore Vector Font by Ivan Filipov is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.