Birds of Paradise
This font, originally called Balladeer, was designed in 1975 by Al Eliott.
It was digitized by various foundries under many names, see http://luc.devroye.org/fonts-35404.html
Don't buy this font.
Interesting what Pablo has put in the first comment. They do look remarkably similar.
Muchas felicidades, linda fuente.
eu amei e tá me ajudado muito
Beeutiful font, however it's true, that it resembles Balladeer
The font is a mess. In higher dimension it's just all ruined... awfull work.
PERFECT FOR WEDDING - Thanks a lot !!!!!
reminds me of the Paramount logo :^)
Nice one, good for wedding invitations.
Am I doing something wrong? Some letters have extra space after them making the font unusable for me. Are there adjustments that need to be made on Windows 10 for downloaded fonts?
Nice!Love this font. Thank's btw:)
This is hands down the worst-functioning font I have ever come across in my over a decade of doing graphics design. The fact that it has a pdf included in the download to tell you how to kern it properly because it probably won't show up right, should be a red flag. Even turning on Metrics kerning (which allows the type's creators to set every combination of characters and how close they should be together) was imperfect. Much hand kerning was required. So glad they had this demo available. There are plenty of other similar fonts out there that actually work.
Can I use it for commercial purpose, if yes then what is the cost?
i typed in paramount using this font, and i noticed the letters look like the paramount text! i think this is paramount's font, but since this font does not have numbers, they might have used a different font.
THANKS THIS LOOKS AWESOME
Can I use this for commercial purposes?
Hypefonts author of Birds of Paradise
Oct 25, 2022
Thanks for your interest in our work! This font is free for personal use only.
You can purchase a commercial license directly from our website https://herofonts.com
It's a one-time fee and the license is perpetual.