Banner™ font family

Designed by Martin Wait in 1986

About Banner™ font family

The calligraphy font Banner was designed by Martin Wait in 1986 and mixes the character of the 1940s with that of the 1980s in its forms. The round and somewhat reserved lower case letters make a balanced basis for the generous capitals. Black outer contours surround a white inner area and are heavier on the right side of the figures, making the characters look as though they have shadows. Banner should be used in point sizes of 18 and larger and is meant for lighthearted short texts or headlines.
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Font Designer: Martin Wait


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1 Family

world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.


-  2 variants
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