Need advice for creating a logo

Pat01

New Member
Hello,

I am currently a French student in graphic, product and space design.
For one of my first real personal projects, I have to create a logo for a company.
I already almost finished the logo but I have some questions about the fonts.
1 - Firstly, I would like to write the name of the company just below the logo with the font Lulo Clean Bold made by Yellow design studio. But I don't know if I already can use it for free, or if I have to buy a licence to be allowed to use it commercially. I know that it is not necessary if I modify a little bit the font, but I would like to keep the original one.

2 - Secondly, I also have to make a visit card. For the informations like the phone number, the email adresse, the opening hours.... do I have to buy the licence or the font that I will use, or can i use it for free ? (I would maybe use Montserrat font

Thank you for your answers
 

hankscorpio

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1 - Firstly, I would like to write the name of the company just below the logo with the font Lulo Clean Bold made by Yellow design studio. But I don't know if I already can use it for free, or if I have to buy a licence to be allowed to use it commercially. I know that it is not necessary if I modify a little bit the font, but I would like to keep the original one.

2 - Secondly, I also have to make a visit card. For the informations like the phone number, the email adresse, the opening hours.... do I have to buy the licence or the font that I will use, or can i use it for free ? (I would maybe use Montserrat font

Thank you for your answers
You buy the fonts
Licence

Montserrat is availble for free from Google Fonts
License

You may notice I highlighted your passages in the text in bold.
1) Even modifying the font - you still need to pay for it - modifying existing work does not absove the copyright.
2) You buy the fonts you need to buy - some are low prices, some high prices, some are free.
They all have Licence pages.

if you're not sure - ask them, not us.
We are not lawyers.
 
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