Franklink Gothic and the related faces are realist sans-serif typefaces which are originated by Morris Fuller Benton (1872 – 1948) in 1902. The term gothic is contemporary which means sans-serif. Franklin Gothic has been used in many advertisements and headlines in newspapers. The typeface continues to maintain a high profile, appearing in a variety of media from books to billboards.
Franklin Gothic itself is an extra-bold sans-serif type. It draws upon earlier, nineteenth century models, from many of the twenty-three foundries consolidated into American Type Founders in 1892.
Franklin Gothic Font
Compatible: Mac, Windows
Format: OTF, TTF
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