Today we are delivering the very gorgeous and stylish font that has a clear surface and appearance named Acme Font.
This typeface belongs to the Sans Serif font family. This beautiful typeface was designed by Juan Pablo del Peral. The release year of this typeface is 2009. This typeface is published under the banner of the Huerta Tipográfica foundry.
This font is paired with the Gisha Font. The free version of the download is available on our website only for your personal uses but you can use it for commercial purposes then you will take a license from the owner.
This typeface has great 186 glyphs and 227 defined characters such as Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Greek and Coptic, General Punctuation, Currency Symbols, Alphabetic, and Presentation Forms.
The file format of this font is TTF and OTF which can easily be available for your web browsers. This font is available on the Dafont website.
This font generator tool can convert your simple font into stylish textures. You can use the Text generator tool in this font which is available in different colors and hundreds of text effects. This font is used in MS.word for presentations and Assignments purposes.
Due to its unique and neat design, you can use this font in Weddings Cards, Apps, GIFs, Templates, Game interfaces, Posters, Magazines, and Book Covers.
This font is excellent for all your fun structures to create Headings, Covers, Precise Emblems, Brand Designs, Cloth Printing, Ebook Covers, Product Packings, and so on.
- Mug Designs
- Social Media Posts
- Invitation Cards
View of Acme Font Family
|Designer||Juan Pablo del Peral|
|File Format||TTF & OTF|
|License||Free For Personal Use|
The license of this font is free of cost for your private use only but you can use it for commercial goals then you will take support from the owner.
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
What’s the Closest Font to Acme Font?
The Bariol Font is very close to this typeface.
Can I Use Acme Font on My Website?
Yes, You can use this font for website designing and they design your website more beautifully.
What Type of Font Is Acme Font?
This typeface belongs to the Sans Serif font family. This beautiful typeface was designed by Juan Pablo del Peral
Is Acme Font a web-safe font?
This font is 100% web-safe font and you can easily use in the Pc and Mac devices without any security issues.