If you are looking for some great calligraphic typeface then here we are providing you the Seventies Font that was developed by Maximiliano Sproviero in the year 2015.
This font family is not that large as the futura font it only contains light, usual, medium, and bold weights. this typeface works great for titles and headings and when it comes to small text it will not disappoint you.
This typeface is being highly utilized because of the text generation feature. The styling of the alphabets of this typeface contains some groovy looks that would be great for your design.
View of Seventies Font
Before moving ahead, let’s have a look at the appearance of this font that how does it will appear when you apply it to your graphic design.
Due to its clean and clean texture, you may easily use this outstanding font for the ambitious heading, ebook covers, brand designs, cloth printing, official cards, precise emblems, and so on.
- Brochures (print and digital)
- Posters, banners, and billboards
- Tutorial videos
- Web page design
- Magazine and newspaper ads
- Museum exhibitions
|Name||ITC Souvenir Font
|Designer||Morris Fuller Benton
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
The Seventies is a completely free font that you can use in your graphic designs. However, if you would like to use it for commercial purposes then you must have to buy it or contact the author for permissions.
Seventies Font Free Download
Here you can download the font that comes in the zip format but later on, you can extract it by using Winrar or any other software and use it in your projects.
Similar Fonts to Seventies
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Font Family Includes
- Seventies Regular
- Seventies Shade
- Seventies Shine
- Seventies Printed
- Seventies Shade Solo
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What Type of Font Is Seventies?
The Seventies is one of the best sans serif font that is designed and presented by Maximiliano Sproviero in the year 2015.
Can I Use the Seventies for My Logo?
Of course! you can use the Seventies for your logo as well as all other graphic designs projects.
What’s the Closest Font to Seventies?
The Harbell font is very close to the Seventies font.
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