Frank Bellamy font family

About Frank Bellamy font family

An all-capitals family based on the hand lettering of English artist, Frank Bellamy, most famous for his comic art for Eagle and TV21, and his Dr Who illustrations for Radio Times. Most of the scans for this font originate from A Cowboy Story which Bellamy drew for Bert Fegg’s Nasty Book for Boys & Girls by Terry Jones and Michael Palin in 1974. The uppercase characters are the wider and heavier of the scans, and the lowercase are narrower and lighter letters. The Regular, Bold, Italic and Bold Italic are all supplied.
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Font Designer: Keith Bates

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Frank Bellamy

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21 languages.

Frank Bellamy Family

(4 Typefaces) -  2 variants
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