ITC Aftershock™ font family


Designed by Bob Alonso in 1996

About ITC Aftershock™ font family

Aftershock was designed by Bob Alonso in 1996 and looks as though it were cut out of wood and its irregularly formed contours make it stand out from its background. Dominant features of this typeface are its generally square forms and its emphasized horizontal strokes. This makes for a strong, heavy alphabet which makes an overall regular and even picture in spite of the idiosynchosies of its individual characters. Aftershock is best used in middle point sizes or larger. To emphasize the unique outlines of the forms, it is best to use Aftershock in larger point sizes and then exclusively in headlines.
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Font Designer: Bob Alonso

ITC Aftershock

Desktop fonts are designed to be installed on a computer for use with applications. Licensed per computer.
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ITC Aftershock

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21 languages.

ITC Aftershock™ Regular -  1 variant
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