Banco Font is a fancy display typeface that looks as though they were rolled out of sheet metal and feature upright, tapering strokes.
The slight italics, different heights of the stroke ends, and the relationship between the line and the curve give the Banco font its sense of life and dynamism.
Banco was the first typeface work of French designer Roger Excoffon and was released in 1952 by Fonderie Olive.
It has available in just one regular style along with a TTF file format. This single style has 399 characters including uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and marks.
|Banco Font Family
|Fancy, Display, Typeface
|Free Fro Personal Use
|Banco (Truetype, Opentype)
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With its clean lines and balanced proportions, Banco Font captures attention effortlessly while maintaining optimal legibility. Whether used in print or digital media, its versatility shines through, making it a go-to choice for branding, editorial layouts, and user interfaces.
Due to its unique look, you can create movie posters, game titles, unique signs, product design special event cards, covers, game titles, product designs, flyers, social media posters, flyers, headers, titles, banners, fabric printing as well as many other unique things.
Its fluid strokes create a sense of motion, making it equally suited for dynamic projects like event posters and digital banners. Furthermore, its range of weights offers flexibility, allowing for creative combinations within a design layout.
So, click on the below download button and download its demo version from here free for personal use and start your designing project immediately.
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