Take to the Streets with a Free Font Inspired by Climate Activist Greta Thunburg's Hand-Painted Protest Signs
7 monthes ago - By Colossal
A new font, free to all for download and use, is inspired by climate collapse activist Greta Thunburg. “Greta Grotesk” was created by Uno, a new company designing a solution to the disposable beverage cup pandemic. Drawing from the hand-painted protest signs that Thunburg has created for her worldwide efforts to create action on climate collapse, the font is in all capital letters. Above is an excerpt from Thunburg's powerful speech she recently delivered at the U.N. You can download Greta Grotesk here .
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