Ray Johnson font family


Designed by Keith Bates in 2006

About Ray Johnson font family

The Ray Johnson font was inspired by the Father of Mail Art. It is based on the block lettering style used by Ray to add the names of his correspondents to their bunny head portraits (the movie 'How to Draw a Bunny' is a superb introduction). The font includes blank bunny heads and other Ray Johnson graphics.
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Font Designer: Keith Bates

Ray Johnson

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Ray Johnson

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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

Ray Johnson Regular -  2 variants
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