F2F BoneR™ font family

Designed by Stefan Hauser in 1996

About F2F BoneR™ font family

Stefan Hauser designed the fun font F2F BoneR in 1996 for the trendy German techno magazine Frontpage. Other technofonts designed for this magazine are available under the label Face2Face (F2F) from Linotype. The basic forms of BoneR are similar to those of a classic italic, however they display an unusual degree of slant to the right. Some letters were consciously made awkwardly thick, making the overall look spontaneous and spotted. The fun font BoneR is suitable for short and middle length texts.
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Font Designer: Stefan Hauser

F2F BoneR

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F2F BoneR

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

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