ITC Busorama™ font family


Designed by  Tom Carnase in 1970

About ITC Busorama™ font family

Part of the first typeface release package from ITC in 1970, Busorama melds Art Deco and 70s flower-power into a delightful sans serif design. Designed by Tom Carnase, this three-weight sans serif family still turns heads.
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Font Designer: Tom Carnase

ITC Busorama

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ITC Busorama

3 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Busorama™ Light

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ITC Busorama™ Medium

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ITC Busorama™ Bold

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