Introducing the Franklin Gothic Font this is the sans-serif typeface that has been designed by the famous American designer Morris Fuller Benton and this was released in the period of early 20th century.
The rights of releasing this font have been taken by well-known foundry, American-type founders. This font is also known as the Square Gothic Heavy and Gothic #1 and this provides the best with the styling of parisian font and its weights.
This font got so much appreciation for its usage inside different advertisements and printing banners projects. The most famous and noted extension of this typeface is known to be the ITC Franklin Gothic.
You will find the range of different weights in this font that you can use with curvy font and that will go best for trade and display projects.
Reason to Use Franklin Gothic Font
This font is being used for a number of decades and is an appropriate font. This font has been adopted by New York University for designing their main logo along with that Columbia college as well.
This font is also being used for many different videos game series and this with the styling of painter font is also being used in many notable places and this is also being used by Microsoft.
|Name||Franklin Gothic Font|
|Designer||Morris Fuller Benton
|File Format||Opentype & Truetype|
|License||Free for Personal Use Only
Franklin Gothic Font View
The looking of this font is shared with you in the below image.
Alternatives of Franklin Gothic Font
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Book Compressed
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Book Compressed Italic
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Demi Compressed
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Demi Compressed Italic
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnBk
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnBkIt
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnMd
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnMdIt
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnDm
- ITCFranklinGothic LT Pro CnDmIt
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Book Extra Compressed
- ITC Franklin Gothic LT Pro Demi Extra Compressed
Franklin Gothic Font Family (Includes Total 6 Typeface)
- Benton Sans
- Tablet Gothic
- Alternate Gothic
- Trade Gothic
This is the commercial typeface, so that means without purchasing the license you are only allowed to use this in personal projects.
Franklin Gothic Font Free Download
This is the big font family that comes with a number of different weights and you will get all of them from the below button.
Most Frequently Asked Questions!
What Font Goes with Franklin Gothic?
Merriweather font and Georgia font are considered the best alternative to this font.
Why Was Franklin Gothic Created?
This font is created in two different designs of which one is useful for text work and the other one is used for display designs.
When Was Franklin Gothic Created?
This font is released by American Type Founders and this font was designed by the famous American designer Morris Fuller Benton in 1995.
Is Franklin Gothic a Web-Safe Font?
Gothic fonts are always widely used same goes with this font this is also widely used for all types of designs that also includes web designs.
Is Franklin Gothic Free for Commercial Use?
On the personal level, this font is free but for the commercial level, you have to purchase the license for complete access.