Cham is a display font based on the fascia lettering on Coleman's Fireproof Depository (c.1875) on Northumberland Street in Liverpool. The family contains five weights & widths. Unlike a typical sans-serif type family each has a different structural logic based on its size and style originally rendered on the building. In print and digital this creates a diverse but cohesive font. Also included are a range of 'Arts & Crafts' style alternate characters which make reference to the time when Coleman's Fireproof Depository was built.
Designed by Lewis McGuffie.
What license should you chose?
The Desktop 1 license is a discounted license intended to support freelancers, giving commercial rights only to sole traders that are not part of a studio/company. This license cannot be shared between multiple people or devices.
By purchasing the Desktop1 license as a Studios/company you get non-commercial rights to use the fonts for internal presentations & testing. Studios please purchase a Desktop 5 or higher to get usage rights.
Please don't share the font software with third parties like your printing house or your clients. They need to purchase the font separately to own the license.
What is the Logotype License? You need it when you want to make a logotype using our fonts. It's priced depending on the size of the company. (usually $50/employee) If the company has only 5 to 10 employees, then the license is included in the Full Family Desktop5 or Desktop10. If it's larger then 10 employees then please get in touch to get a custom purchase link.
Quick tip: If you need more than one font we recommend you to get a Gumroad account so you can buy multiple products at one time and to get later access to your online Library for re-downloads or updates.
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