Bang™ font family

Designed by David Sagorski in 1993

About Bang™ font family

Bang was designed by David Sagorski in 1993 as a playful font of spirals. It consists of two capital alphabets which can be combined like the usual capitals and small caps, although both have the same height. They differ from one another only in the decorative forms which adorn them and the highly decorated characters of one set are complemented by the slightly more reserved characters of the second. Serious this font is not, rather, with its circles and spirals, Bang is best in point sizes 12 and larger and is meant for short texts and headlines.
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Font Designer: David Sagorski


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1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.


-  2 variants
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