Eckhart Color consists of 1 color & 7 layered fonts. It is a part of the Eckhart family. It is a very playful and energetic font inspired by Polish folk art, designed to serve as an editorial typeface for magazines, posters and other kinds of display exposure. Its merry and unique character fits perfect into such industries as fashion, entertainment, wellness, food and beverage, as well as lifestyle. Giving broad new possibilities of display use, especially interesting for posters and magazines. Eckhart Color is delivered both as OTF color font as well as regular layered font in 6 layers – it helps to achieve maximum software compatibility and control over colors.
Eckhart Color Folk – OTF color font format has pre-defined color palette. In order to change the colors, please convert the text to outlines. You need compatible software to use the OTF color file, such as Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Pixelmator, etc.
Eckhart Color Layered fonts – use the fonts one on top of the other in the order the fonts are numbered. These are regular OTF files, they work in all professional graphic software and you can edit the color of each layer.
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