Festival™ font family

Designed by Phillip Boydell in 1950

About Festival™ font family

The Festival Titling font was cut by Monotype in 1950 as the official display face for the Festival of Britain which was staged in 1951. Used for all official Festival announcements, Festival Titling was made available for general use in 1952. The festive feel of this design together with the clean glitter and novelty make it a useful face for display and advertising use.
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Font Designer: Phillip Boydell


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1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Festival™ Titling -  1 variant
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