Bentham is a gorgeous sans serif typeface that is brand new. The typography inspired it on nineteenth-century maps, gravestones, and cast-iron machinery maker’s plates. It’s distinguished by expressive, flowing, bulging curves, mannered clumsiness, and character terminal bobbles. The modern face’ kind genre, which may be seen in books written throughout the nineteenth century, could be the typographical counterpart. This genre was kept in educational textbooks throughout the twentieth century. Ben Weiner created and shared Font.
It is still used in personal computer science as Donald Knuth’s style in his TEX typesetting process. Bentham is a half-way design and style, appropriate neither for nineteenth-century types nor cartographers, stonecutters, or engravers’ letterforms. It’s a study of these letters’ characteristics, colored by Ben’s approach to type drawing. This typeface has it all starting with uppercase, lowercase, numeric, and some special characters and alternatives. A further fantastic feature is that the Font is compatible with Windows, Apple/Mac OS X, Linux, Cricut, Silhouette, and other cutting machines required for various tasks.
The typeface looks well in logos and branding designs, and it’s readable in both large and small sizes. If you add Bentham Font to your design, it will have a more melodic feel. It’s also great for creating fantastic logos, promotional content, and marketing visuals because of its lovely historical aesthetic.
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|File Format||TTF, OTF|
|Font Licence||Free for commercial use.|
Bentham Font is also assessable for commercial purposes. However, purchasing a commercial license is strongly advised for commercial use.