Graffiti fonts are fast and furious, bold, blocked and brave. Whilst business documents do not use Graffiti fonts, they are used by some corporate organisations to great effect. Just think of the famous logos belonging to the video game Pokémon and the mysterious French electro-dance band Daft Punk, Both these logos are influenced by a Graffiti font.
When using Graffiti fonts, it’s important to keep the purpose and audience in mind. If the blocks and overlapped characters of the Graffiti are too wild they can affect readability. Font Bundles offers lots of choice of easy to use, downloadable Graffiti fonts for those needing a font with urban grit and style.
Graffiti fonts aren’t seen much in use beyond logos in the business sector. They are more commonly seen in print items that require a personal touch. Think children’s party invitations, rave events, art workshops and a range of performance from theatre to dance.
Web designers who create sites for companies in the youth industry and fashion sectors might find that a Graffiti font conveys the right brand image for the business. Music labels, bands and live venues may feel that a Graffiti font makes a good fit for their products.
The use of a Graffiti font might influence a company’s overall visual branding, not just their web presence. The music business relies as much on selling merchandise as it does on shifting downloads these days. Graffiti fonts could be successfully used on band branded t-shirts, sweatshirts and baseball caps.