Breaking Your Fall Font

About Breaking Your Fall Font

Breaking Your Fall font here refers to the font used in the cover artwork of Breaking Your Fall, which is an album by the Spanish DJ of house and electro house Danny Avila, released in 2012 via Big Beat Records.

The album title at the bottom features a condensed sans serif named Chalet Comprimé from House Industries, with “BREAKING FALL” set in Chalet Comprimé Hong Kong 1960 and “YOUR” set in Chalet Comprimé Cologne 1960. For the artist’s logo, it was probably designed based on a geometric sans serif named ITC Avant Garde Gothic Bold.

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