Neon Bugler font family

Designed by  Harry Warren in 2008

About Neon Bugler font family

Neon Bugler is a font based on the third logo created by Harry Warren in early 1975 for his sixth grade class newsletter, The Broadwater Bugler, at Broadwater Academy in Exmore, Virginia, on Virginia's Eastern Shore. This font design has these principles as its parameters: The letters generally follow what would be natural stroke directions; no sharp corners, all gentle turns; no lines back up over each other, cross each other, or run into each other. All of this civility between the lines produces an unintentional but welcome neon quality about it. This font can have a variety of vibes depending on its context--it has a certain nostalgia to it, yet it also has a slick, clean, futuristic look. It can even be used in a semi-grunge setting. This is a very versatile font! Digitized by John Bomparte.

Neon Bugler

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Neon Bugler

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Neon Bugler Regular

-  2 variants
From US$ 35
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