Empire font family

About Empire font family

In 1937, Morris Fuller Benton designed Empire, titling capitals that became the headline style for Vogue. In 1989, David Berlow revived it for Publish magazine, adding an italic and a lowercase, both unavailable in the original. He revisited Empire in 1994 with Kelly Ehrgott Milligan, adding two heavier weights, small caps, and an elegant set of Art Deco-flavored oldstyle figures, ultimately expanding it to a seven-part series.
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Font Designer: David Berlow

Empire

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Empire

7 Typefaces



world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Empire Regular -  2 variants
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Empire Regular Small Caps -  2 variants
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Empire Italic -  2 variants
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Empire Bold -  2 variants
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Empire Bold Small Caps -  2 variants
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Empire Black -  2 variants
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Empire Black Small Caps -  2 variants
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