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A font licence or EULA (End User Licence Agreement) is a legally binding contract between the licensor (us) and licensee (user). When you purchase a font, you are purchasing a license — the right to use a font under conditions specified in the license agreement. You do not own the font in any way, it is a piece of software that you are licensed to use after the sale is closed. By downloading or using our fonts, you confirm that you understand and agree to the terms of this license agreement.

After successful payment, you will receive an immediate download with the required font files in a zip folder. Desktop fonts are delivered as PostScript OpenType font files in OTF format. We also provide TTF (TrueType) files on request.

We only offer self-hosted web fonts at the moment. You can upload the fonts to your website and apply them yourself.

Yes, just get in touch via email with your invoice and your previous purchase will be deducted from the price of your new licensing plan.