Pavonine Font: A Versatile Grotesque Sans Serif inspired by the Early 20th Century

Pavonine Font: A Versatile Grotesque Sans Serif inspired by the Early 20th Century
Pavonine Font: A Versatile Grotesque Sans Serif inspired by the Early 20th Century
The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog
Date 2023-05-25
Format TTF,OTF
Designer UICreative
License Free for Personal Use
Pavonine Font is a sleek and current grotesque sans serif, taking inspiration from the early 20th century grotesques. With its versatility, this font is a perfect choice for a vast range of projects, including but not limited to signature, stationery, logo, wedding, typography quotes, magazine or book covers, website headers, clothing, branding, packaging design, and more. Additionally, this font is ideal for fashion-related branding or editorial design as it embodies both masculine and feminine qualities.

Thanks to UICreative for providing us with this exquisite font! However, Pavonine Font is only available for personal use. So, if you want to access more its full features and license, go get the premium version as well!

Pavonine Font is a kind of Sans Serif Fonts, designed and created by the designer UICreative, which is free for personal use. To use it, first click on the download button to download the zip file.

Installation steps in Window:

  • Unzip the zip folder you downloaded. Fonts cannot be installed if they are zipped.
  • Go to the folder containing the fonts and search for pavonine.ttf font file.
  • Double click on the pavonine.ttf font file as if you were opening an application.
  • The Pavonine Font Installation window will now open.
  • Click Install and wait for it to complete.
  • And it's done! You have now installed the Pavonine Font.

If you want to use the Pavonine Font in an application, make sure to close the application completely and restart it after installing the new font. Otherwise the font will not be visible, even if it was installed correctly.

Installation steps in macos:

  • Make sure to unzip the zip folder.
  • Go to the folder containing the fonts and double-click on the pavonine.ttf font file.
  • Double-clicking will open a window with a preview of the Pavonine Font and a small button at the bottom that says "Install".
  • Click Install.
  • Make sure to restart your application (if this does not work, restart your computer).

Alternatively, you can install the fonts manually to bypass Fontbook. copy (CMD + C) the pavonine.ttf format file and paste (CMD + V) the file into this folder. hd > Library > Fonts.

In addition to downloading to local use, you can also use the online font editor provided on this site for trial, which supports resizing, modifying to your font text, adjusting font color and background color, and adding background images and videos, and exporting images after final editing.