Frisco font family


Designed by  Ronna Penner
With Frisco, you get two fonts for the price of one! A serif style and a sans serif style. You'll find that the lowercase letters contain some unique shapes, especially the“g” and“r”. Frisco is meant to look friendly and casual as if drawn with a felt-tipped pen.

Frisco

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Frisco Sans Serif


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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: FriscoSanSer.ttf
Windows menu name: Frisco Sans Serif
PostScript name: , FriscoSansSerif
PostScript full name: , Frisco Sans Serif
Catalog number:
15131004
Characters:
245