Font Fridays: Bravissima

This week we have another lovely font giveaway from the friendly folks at Veer.

A spirited brush script

Designed by Angel Koziupa and Alejandro Paul, Bravissima‘s traditional calligraphy is paired with OpenType features, a wealth of alternate characters, and support for many Latin-based languages. Ideal for food packaging design or anything else that makes you want to eat.

How it works

As before, you can enter the contest by answering a question in the comments below: what is your favorite typographic logo? You have until 8am EST Monday, November 9 to submit your answer; you may only enter once. After 8am Monday, a winner will be randomly selected, and we’ll announce the name here.

Stay tuned for more giveaways next week, plus some Thanksgiving specials coming up!

Update: And we have a winner: Jeremyorion wins Bravissima! Thanks again to Veer for sponsoring the giveaway.

  • 1. loplop’s avatar loplop Nov 06, 2009

    My favorite: The typedia logo.

  • 2. Chris Pacheco’s avatar Chris Pacheco Nov 06, 2009

    Jack Daniel’s

  • 3. nathan_ford’s avatar nathan_ford Nov 06, 2009

    I have always been a fan of the FedEx logo. The figure/ground arrow still gets me.

  • 4. jeremyorion’s avatar jeremyorion Nov 06, 2009

    Authentic Jobs

  • 5. Porteous’s avatar Porteous Nov 06, 2009

    It’s a draw. “Families” and “Mother & Child”, both by Heb Lubalin – see http://tinyurl.com/porteous-1

  • 6. Dave Dawson’s avatar Dave Dawson Nov 06, 2009

    FedEx for sure.

  • 7. Montgomery’s avatar Montgomery Nov 06, 2009

    Hands down, Harley-Davidson.
    Coca-Cola is a close second, though.

  • 8. jasonwhittemore’s avatar jasonwhittemore Nov 06, 2009

    Turner Duckworth’s Metallica logo based on the original logo. :)

  • 9. mariehohner’s avatar mariehohner Nov 06, 2009

    I don’t like the current iteration, but older versions of the Rolling Stone logo rank high among my favorite typographic logos.

  • 10. davemmett’s avatar davemmett Nov 06, 2009

    The New York Times.

  • 11. Tony’s avatar Tony Nov 06, 2009

    The Fedex logo is my personal favourite. I still enjoy pointing out the arrow created by the negative space to people who have never noticed it.

  • 12. HUFFO’s avatar HUFFO Nov 07, 2009

    Veer is nice.

  • 13. Alessandro Mingione’s avatar Alessandro Mingione Nov 07, 2009

    Mother & Child.
    And it’s puTTanesca (just to let you know).

  • 14. Riccardo Mori’s avatar Riccardo Mori Nov 08, 2009

    I think that one of the most ageless typographic logos is General Electric’s. I also like Sun Microsystems’ logo.

  • 15. riccard0’s avatar riccard0 Nov 08, 2009

    I’m with countless others here: FedEx.
    And I’m with Alessandro, too: puttanesca is written with a double t.

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