Kanban™ font family

Designed by  Ed Bugg in 1992

About Kanban™ font family

Kanban is the work of British designer Ed Bugg, an all capital, oriental style typeface. Kanban was the word used for shop signs in old Japan and the letter forms mimic the square look of Japanese and Chinese calligraphy. Kanban is the ideal display solution wherever an oriental appearance is needed.
More related documents:
Font Feature: Exotic, Chinese-Styled Fonts
Font Designer: Ed Bugg


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