Font Name : Bogart – 28 fontsAuthor : Francesco CanovaroWebsite : https://creativemarket.com/ZetafontsLicense: : Free for personal use / DemoCommercial License Website : https://creativemarket.com/Zetafonts/5964126-Bogart-28-fontsAdded by : Damian Kelly
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Introducing Bogart, the perfect font family for anyone looking to add a touch of vintage charm to their designs. Created by renowned designer Francesco Canovaro, Bogart features 28 stunning serif fonts that pay homage to the iconic look of low-contrast old-style fat faces. Inspired by Cooper Black and Goudy Heavy Face, two of the most recognizable typefaces of the 1960s and 1970s, Bogart is positively bursting with hippie energy and exuberant vitality.
But Bogart isn't just a throwback to the past. Canovaro has also included elements of the idiosyncratic American old style typeface Windsor, creating a font family that's as versatile as it is unique. With nine standard weights, nine alternate weights, nine italics, and two variable fonts, Bogart offers a wealth of options for any project.
And it's not just about looks. With over 1600 glyphs in each weight and support for 219 languages using Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek alphabets, Bogart is also incredibly functional. It includes a complete set of OpenType features, including alternate forms, discretionary ligatures, small capitals, stylistic sets, positional numbers, case-sensitive, terminal and initial swash forms, making it perfect for editorial use.
But Bogart isn't just for editorial use. It's also great for display and packaging usage, where readability and personality must match design space needs. Whether you're designing a logo, creating an eye-catching headline, or crafting a beautifully balanced block of text, Bogart is the perfect choice.
So why wait? Add Bogart to your font library today and let it bring a touch of vintage charm to all of your designs. Hollywood icon Humphrey Bogart once said, "Things are never so bad they can't be made worse." With Bogart, things are never so good they can't be made better.