In this article I review the Cabrito font by Jeremy Dooley.
You will learn what the Cabrito font looks like, its main details, where to use and download it from.
If you like this graphic design, make sure you also check my other article:
Where Does the Font Family Name Come From?
Cabrito is a typeface created by Jeremy Dooley from Insigne Design.
The font was originally produced for the kid’s book The Clothes Letters Wear.
The name of the font comes from the Spanish and Portuguese word that in English translates as ‘little goat’.
The word is popular in many Latino-American cuisines such as Argentina, Mexico and Brazil.
How Many Cabrito Typefaces Are There?
There are 48 Cabrito typefaces and designs with support for at least 21 languages.
The author of the font later added the following to the Cabrito font family:
- Cabrito Semi
- Cabrito Sans
- Cabrito Inverto
- Cabrito Didone
- Cabrito Contrast
- Cabrito Serif
Is the Font Free?
It seems that most of the Cabrito typefaces are not free. At the time of writing, the following design is free to download:
Having said that, I discovered the full set including all typefaces can be downloaded for free from Fontsfree.pro (see link below).
Where Can I Download It from?
The font is available for download from the following websites:
The font is also available on Adobe.com.
Cabrito Font Main Parameters
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