Airbag: A Free Headline Font


Airbag is free slab serif font created by Simon Stratford. Inspired by Trend by Latinotype, Airbag is great for headlines and gets bonus points for being named after a Radiohead song. The font is free to download if you pay with a tweet, or you can purchase a basic version for $2.50 or a full version for $4.

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