Chicago Font Family Free Download

Chicago Font Family Free Download

This is a sans-serif font designed for Apple Foundry, and Susan Kare did the styling of this font. Years later, the font was redesigned by Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes to make it more impactful.

Initially, this font was considered a bitmap font. Still, when I redesigned this font with a combination of vernier fonts used in various designs, I also found the tool for generating this font practical.

This font is named after a famous city in the United States. This stylish font is listed on Google Fonts. You can also download it for free for personal use.

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Font detail

Title Chicago Font
style Sans-Serif
Artist Susan Kare
File type Opentype & Truetype
License issue Only for Personal Use
style Free Version

 

Chicago Font Family Free Downloads
Chicago Font Family Free Downloads

Why Use Chicago Fonts

This font is used in various Apple marketing and branding projects. In addition, many large companies also use this font for various projects.

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Chicago font alternatives

small balloons

Conspiracy Regular

lozenge

fleas

Meet the submarine.

Mathlete Bulky Slant

Runes

Chicago font family (includes 14 total fonts)

Chicago regular

Chicago italic

Chicago 3D Regular

Chicago bright neon 3d regular

Chicago flat regular

Chicago Flat 3D Regular

Chicago neon regular

Chicago neon 3d regular

Chicago 3d italic

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Chicago bright neon 3d italic

Chicago flat italic

Chicago flat 3d italic

Chicago neon italic

Chicago neon 3d italic

License information

commercial font. Please purchase a license before using this font in your commercial designs.

Free Chicago font download

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