Aldo Novarese created the Eurostile font in 1962. It’s a geometric sans-serif typeface. It’s similar to Microgramma. Eurostile has three weights, plus uppercase letters only. Ten years later, Novareses added lowercase letters to Eurostile.
He also created a condensed variant and a complete set of 7 fonts, including the original and extra bold weights. Free to download, this font is for you to use for personal purposes only. In fact, Google has included the Eurostile font among its list of free fonts in 2013.
Eurostile font Family
In the 1970s, Italian designer Adriano Novarese used his skills to create a complete version of the Eurostile font and family. The font is well-known for its appearances in science fiction artwork and movies. It has a fashionable, architectural look that is great on headings and posters. The Eurostile Demi Font gives a dynamic and technologically advanced feel to designs.
Usage of Eurostile font
This beautiful font would be very useful for any kind of creative work. You can be creative when you work with this script font, so use it. There are a lot of things you can make with it, like logos, cards, and website layouts. Rustica can also be used to add a nostalgic feel to a wide range of creative works. Download the free eurostile font by clicking the button below.
eurostile font is free for limited use. For unlimited use please pay a small fee.
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With the Eurostile font, children who enjoy playing with them on keyboards or paper templates can learn more easily. A complete set including 26 alphabets provides impressive screen appearances while still fun.