Bauhaus Font Family Free Download

Bauhaus Font Family

Joe Taylor designed the Bauhaus font, which was founded by Fotostar. After a few years, Fotostar foundry broke its ties with Bauhaus font, but ITC Ronda and ITC Bauhaus released Bauhaus font again. Bauhaus font is a sans-serif font that originated in the late 1960s.

This font is versatile and can be used in numerous places. It has a good readability score and can be used for headings, logos, titles, projects, products, layouts, graphic designs, headlines, and many other places.

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Bauhaus Font can be used for free for unpaid work projects. You need to get licensing authority for commercial use. ITC Bauhaus font family is a revival of the famous typographical style of the German Bauhaus School, which was founded in 1919.

Bauhaus Font Family
Bauhaus Font Family

It has its roots in the Cubist and Constructivist styles of the early 20th century, taking inspiration from industrial design and architecture. The style was adopted by many other international schools and became one of the most influential styles for architects, graphic designers, and artists all over the world.

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Bauhaus fonts have been popular since their release in 1924 and 1925. Though they were originally intended for posters, advertising, and display purposes, they are now used as a standard text font family as well.

Title Bauhaus Font
Artist Joe Taylor
Founding Fotostar
Category Geometric
File Type Opentype & Truetype
Issued Date 1969
License Type Personal Use Allowed
Style Free Version
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