Benton Sans is a contemporary sans-Serif family by Jeremy Dooley, released by Parachute in 2012. The font was named after Thomas Benton, an American painter known for his murals and social realism.
It is a slightly geometric, restrained, and rectangular typeface that comes in 7 different weights: Regular, Bold, Black (a bolder version of the regular), Book (a more condensed version of regular), Light, Medium and Thin.
Tobias Frere-Jones designed this font, and it has 7 different styles, 2 widths, and 2 weights, and unique characters with two-story lowercase “a” and two-story lowercase “g.”
This traditional font can be used for book covers, logo designs, website designs, branding projects, invitation playing cards designs, and many other graphic design projects.
Benton Sans is a family of typefaces designed by Steve Matteson for Adobe. It includes seven fonts: Bold, Book, Black, Light, Medium, Thin, and Regular. This comprehensive family consists of four widths (condensed, normal, compressed, expanded) and four weights (book, regular, medium, bold). The typeface was designed to be an all-purpose family that could be used for both text and display.
|Title||Benton Sans Font|
|File Type||TTF, OTF|
|License Type||Free For Personal Use|
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