Feb 14 2010

Rubber Font – Exclusive Free Font Download (For Private Use Only)

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By Graham Smith

In another free font exclusive on Noupe, we present Rubber Font, a neat display font created by Yiorgos Yiacos. Rubber Font is a working but limited version containing roman capitals, numerals and some of the points of punctuation. Rubber Font is available as a free download for personal use only below.


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Designer Profile

My name is Yiorgos Yiacos. I’m an illustrator and graphic designer. I’m 31 years old. I live and work in Athens, Greece. I am also quite a nice guy, when you get to know me.

I am a co-founder and former member of the PoorDesigners creative studio in Athens. At the present I work as an Art Director at Cream Advertising company in Athens, Greece and also freelance under the alias TwelveTimesTwo.

Yiorgos Yiacos

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About the Font

The font started as the solution to a problem. It was for a poster that needed all letters perfectly aligned in both horizontal and vertical axis. The poster got rejected but the few letters I designed then, evolved to a full font which I named rubber as for me it is as flexible as this material.

All capitals except (i) have the same dimensions and work best when all spaces between letters (horizontally & vertically) are equal. I recommend 31pt line width when using the font at 72pt. The values should be changed proportionally.

This sample version contains only Roman capitals, numerals and some of the points of punctuation. I have already designed the full version which I intend to later make available for sale. It contains lower case (naturally), but also the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, full punctuation, ligatures, etc.

Anyone interested in it, please contact me at hi_there [at] twelvetimestwo [dot] com

Connect with Yiorgos

Website: http://twelvetimestwo.com

You can find my work at my site/portfolio and also at design communities such as Deviant Art, Behance Network, Dripbook, under the alias SirPrimate.

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Font Licencing

All rights reserved by Yiorgos Yiacos aka SirPrimate aka TwelveTimesTwo. You may use the free limited version of Rubber Font (which was made by Yiorgos Yiacos available as an exclusive to Noupe) for non-commercial and personal purposes. You must contact Yiorgos Yiacos for use in all commercial purposes.

Font Distribution

Yiorgos Yiacos has made this font available as an exclusive to Noupe and as such, you are not permitted to re distribute this font, to supply it on CD or distribute it directly in other electronic form.

If you wish to link to this font in other ‘free font’ blog posts then please do so. Do not supply a direct download link, please direct your readers to this post only.

Download Rubber Font from Noupe

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Comments and Discussions
  • Esteban, 14 February 2010

    Thank’s for sharing this font, ! thank’s rubber and Noupe ;)

  • fuSi0N, 14 February 2010

    It’s nice to see greek designers standing out world-wide.
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  • Jess, 14 February 2010

    Is it just me, or is there no download link?

  • Klaus, 14 February 2010

    It’s the same to me, where can i find the download link?

  • Michael, 15 February 2010

    Really good, nice one

  • Jordan Walker, 15 February 2010

    Cool font!

  • New York Web Designer, 15 February 2010

    thanks for posting these cool chubby fonts…

  • Sunny Kumar, 15 February 2010

    Nice Font. I like that.

  • webcatch, 15 February 2010

    Great font many thanks for taking the time to share.

  • Darren, 15 February 2010

    Thanks, it’s a really nice font.

  • Advertising Man, 16 February 2010

    Wicked font, I like the 70s fell about it, will probably use it next time I have a party, can use it on my invites :-) Thanks.

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  • Jed Hean, 18 March 2010

    Indeed a great topic to read and learn about too. Thanks bud

  • Art Duchesne, 14 May 2010

    Lovinf the site thanks for all the downloads

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  • Hinradi, 20 February 2011

    Many thanks for your information, are actually looking some days because of this.

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