Bratz Font Name
The Bratz font name used for the Bratz logo brand is similar to the House of Fun font designed by Leigh Taylor (Flava Fonts). There are other similar fonts as well, such as the Funkhouse font which requires a commercial license, and the Kenan & Kel font which is free for personal use only but you can purchase a commercial license by making a donation. Both fonts contain lowercase letters.
The House of Fun font is the one we bring to you today because it can be used free of charge for both personal and commercial use. A bold and bouncy comic typeface based on the Bratz font, very suitable for your DIY crafts, children’s books, quotes, social media posts, funky designs, websites, blogs, logos, and even your own invitation designs.
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What is Bratz?
Bratz is a collection of popular fashion dolls launched by the American company MGA for girls from 7 to 12 years old. They have 5 members, which are Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, Sasha, and Cameron. Street Beauty has transformed the dignified and noble Barbies into their perfect shape. They have a different skin tone, come from different races, and wear thick-soled shoes. They are pioneering and passionate. It is easily reminiscent of the famous British singing. Combine a “Spice Girl” image. Although Bratz models are limited and can’t rival the Barbie Doll Queen in total sales, their impressive record to date should make Barbie feel “awe”.
Nowadays, Bratz has been displayed in the windows of major supermarket chains such as Target, Wal-Mart Department Store, and Toys R Us. According to statistics from retail industry survey agency NPDFun World, Bratz beat Barbie in the Toys Index which is considered a pre-sale indicator of the Christmas season.
Sales of the Bratz doll collection jumped to fourth place among all types of toys in October of last year, while “Rapunzel Barbie” took only eighth place. From January to October last year, sales of the Bratz doll collection took first place among fashion dolls, and the Barbie series “Walking and Games” took second place. In addition, Bratz ranks three of the top five fashion dolls in October 2002, and its popularity has shocked the entire toy industry.