We are going incredible sans serif typeface that is named P22 Underground font and comes in a big set of styles from thin to thin small caps. This conspicuous typeface was designed by Edward Johnston, Paul D. Hunt, and Richard Kegler. It was initially designed in 1997 through P22 type foundry for the London Underground system as P22 Johnston Underground. These designers more worked on the typeface and make it more flexible for huge design purposes.
They released this typeface with more extended features in 2007 as a P22 Johnston Underground font. Basically, it consisting the original London Underground pro and underground font set. It supports massive languages and comes in 6 weights including Thin, Light, Book, Medium, DemiBold, and Heavy.
Each style supports up to 253 quirky glyphs and many stylish characters containing uppercase letters, lowercase, numbers, punctuation marks, and some special characters. Pigiarniq Font, Cicle Font, and Campton font are the closest font to this typeface. You can free download this font from our website for free in all your personal projects.
Reason to Use P22 Underground Font
Because of its modern letterforms, it gives an excellent feel to your print media and display projects. It is also great for your official documents but you must get it to license before using this kind of design. It is the most perfect for logo designs, banners, book covers, posters, t-shirt designs, business cards, product packaging, webpages designs, online/offline newspapers, magazines, and many more.
This typeface provides clear readability to any size of text such as big or small. You can use this font for creating short or lengthy paragraphs as well as big or short headlines and titling. In addition, it is well suited for your office tasks such as general reports, records, post descriptions, documentation purposes, social media posts, quotes, and so on.
|Name||P22 Underground Font|
|Designer||Edward Johnston, Paul D. Hunt, Richard Kegler|
|Foundry||P22 Type Foundry|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
P22 Underground Font View
P22 Underground Font Family (Includes Total 18 Typeface)
- P22 Underground Thin
- P22 Underground Light
- P22 Underground Book
- P22 Underground Medium
- P22 Underground DemiBold
- P22 Underground Heavy
- P22 Underground Thin Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Light Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Book Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Medium Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Demi Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Heavy Petite Caps
- P22 Underground Thin Small Caps
- P22 Underground Light Small Caps
- P22 Underground Book Small Caps
- P22 Underground Medium Small Caps
- P22 Underground Demi Small Caps
- P22 Underground Heavy Small Caps
Alternatives of P22 Underground Font
- London Underground Font
- Pigiarniq Font
- Cicle Font
- Gill Sans Font
- ITC Johnston Font
- Campton Font
This font is free from all the license issues and you don’t need also to do any other registrations while using this typeface in your personal and private projects. For commercial purposes, it is fully prohibited without its license.
P22 Underground Font Free Download
This is a freeware version of this typeface and you are free to use it in all your non-commercial and personal projects. Just click on the below download button to get it on your operating systems for free.
Most Frequently Asked Questions!
Is there any font similar to P22 Underground Font in Google Fonts?
You can find many similar fonts in Google fonts but the most similar font to this typeface is the Averta font.
Who created the P22 Underground Font?
This extraordinary font is created by Edward Johnston, Paul D. Hunt, and Richard Kegler. It was released in 1997 through P22 type foundry.
What font is P22 Underground Font?
This is a very soft, clean, and clear understandable typeface that comes in 18 styles and 6 weights from thin to Demi bold. It was initially designed in 1997 through P22 type foundry for the London Underground system as P22 Johnston Underground.
Is P22 Underground a free font?
This is a free font to use in all your personal and private projects. In the case of commercial use, you must purchase its license from the font author.