ITC Belter™ font family


Designed by Andreu Balius in 1996

About ITC Belter™ font family

ITC Belter was designed by Andreu Balius in 1996. Out of a purposely limited form repertoire Balius created a constructed typeface with a cool and technical character. A distinguishing characteristic of this font is the cross at the ends of many strokes. The figures seem to be products of mass production, which heightens the mechanical feel of the font. Belter is meant for point sizes of 10 and larger in headlines and shorter texts and must be set with generous spacing.
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Font Designer: Andreu Balius

ITC Belter

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ITC Belter

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Belter™ Regular -  1 variant
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ITC Belter™ Mega Outline -  1 variant
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