Revolte font family


Designed by Gert Wiescher in 2010

About Revolte font family

Whenever I see clippings on TV of demonstrations, protesting against this or that, with people holding up signs, I am surprised about the signs beeing professionally printed or plotted in Helvetica or Futura condensed. I've even seen signs in Zapfino! That doesn't really cut it, it doesn't look much like PROTEST. So I decided to give the protesting world a real good font for the occasion. In German a REVOLTE is an uprising, I thought that was a good name for the font. Hasta la victoria siempre from your revolutionary type designer Gert Wiescher

Revolte

Revolte

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Revolte Condensed Regular -  2 variants
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