ITC Tremor™ font family

Designed by Alan Dempsey in 1998

About ITC Tremor™ font family

ITC Tremor is the work of British designer Alan Dempsey. You might think that it looks like the letters are in a seismically lively geological zone, but Dempsey had other kinds of motion in mind. Most of the faces I design come from trace 'work-outs' for advertising products. In the case of Tremor, it was to reflect a lively teenager," says Dempsey. The result is ITC Tremor, a cartoony slab serif typeface with irregular angles, straight-edged curves, and lines surrounding each character, making them look like they are jittery."
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ITC Tremor

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ITC Tremor

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Tremor™ Regular -  2 variants
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