ITC Zinzinnati™ font family

Designed by Nick Curtis in 2002

About ITC Zinzinnati™ font family

ITC Zinzinnati is based on a font called Ohio, released in 1924 by Die Schriftguss A.G. Typical of the Plakatstil letterforms of the time, the original font had a rough outline, as if drawn with a brush. Nick Curtis has smoothed the rough edges, which enhances the design's playful curves and engaging charm.

As for the name: it's the punchline to an old vaudeville routine that starts with the question, Name a city in Ohio that begins with a 'Z.'" Pie in the face, comin' atcha!"
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Font Designer: Nick Curtis

ITC Zinzinnati

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ITC Zinzinnati

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Zinzinnati™ Regular -  1 variant
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