Font sighting: ASOS

asos packaging

I don’t recommend doing business with the online shop ASOS because of shipping problems. I do, however, admire their font choice for their packaging. The tagline is set in my font. :)

6 Responses to “Font sighting: ASOS”

  1. David Says:


    Are your fonts free for commercial use? I really like your font named “James Paul”. Is there a license agreement for this font? Thanks


  2. admin Says:

    After you buy it you can use it wherever. It’s $9 at

  3. Esteban Says:


    Congrats on the use of your font on the Samsung Galaxy Note Website!!!

    James Fajardo is such a succes, in the site is a little retouched though. Can you tell me the difference between the James Fajardo and the James Paul fonts?!

    Keep up the good work!

  4. admin Says:

    Thanks for the heads up, Esteban! I don’t mind that it’s altered. It makes me happy just seeing is being used. James Paul was developed as a bolder, more legible display- and text-appropriate companion to James Fajardo. Also, I’m currently developing Cyrillic and Greek support for James Paul.

  5. Esteban Says:

    Wow!! That’s a great business idea to move forward to new demographics covering Cyrillic and Greek since your font has become such a popular asset for designers all around the world. I wanted to ask for your permission to use the letters “K” and “J” in a logo for a client of mine. If you want I can send you the final artwork for your revision.

    Greetings from Costa Rica.

  6. Adam Says:

    Dear author,

    Your font is marked as ‘free’ on the following website:

    Can I use it for a logo design for a commercial project?

    Thank you,

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