Playbill Logo Font is a bold and distinctive serif typeface that was designed in 1938 by designer Robert Harling and was published by Stephenson Blake Foundry.
This typeface is inspired by wood types, a style made popular through the use of wanted posters in Westerns.
This display font is ideal for product packaging, wedding designs, advertisements, labels, watermarks, stationery, branding projects, social media posts, logos, and more.
With the interesting and attractive features, its requirements become more practical, and it will be a good choice for modern designers.
Playbill font family comes in unique styles along with True Type features. Additionally, it also contains 257 unique glyphs and supports 65 multilingual languages.
|Playbill Logo Font Family
|Display, Serif, Logo
|Free For Personal Use
|Playbill Logo (Truetype, Opentype)
Playbill Logo Font Image
This texture can be used for book covers, book covers, headlines, headers, subheadings, posters, flyers, note designs, and different types of document designs. Additionally, you can use this modern font for advertisements, poster design, fabric design, and social media posts.
This font supports 65 languages.
FAQs about Playbill Logo Font:
What is a Playbill Logo Font?
Playbill Logo Font is the bold and distinctive serif font that is used on the covers of Playbill magazines, in the titles of Broadway shows, and on promotional materials for theatrical productions. It was designed in 1938 and is inspired by the wood typefaces that were popular in the 19th century.
What are the characteristics of the Playbill Logo Font?
Playbill Logo Font is characterized by its thick serifs, strong letterforms, and slightly condensed letterforms.
You can use this font for free in your personal projects. Just click on the download button below to get it on your computer.
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