What is the Broadway font called?

Broadway (1928, Morris Fuller Benton, ATF), capitals only. Broadway Engraved (1928, Sol Hess, Monotype). Broadway (with lowercase) (1929, Hess, Monotype)….Broadway (typeface)

Category Sans Serif
Classification Display
Designer(s) Morris Fuller Benton
Commissioned by American Type Founders
Foundry American Type Founders

What is the Art Deco font in Word?

HandDeco Regular. HandDeco is a family of four sans serif display fonts inspired by geometric typefaces of the early 20th century Art Deco era. It was designed by Gerren Lamson and combines historic display styles with hand-drawn lettering. The font file contains approximately 130 glyphs and comes in a standard .

What is the Playbill font?

Overview Playbill font was designed by Robert Harling in 1938 and the font first appeared with the foundry Stephenson Blake. The figures are based on those of the so-called woodtypes, a style made popular through use on wanted posters in westerns. Adrian Frutiger’s Westside is a similar font.

Is the playbill font copyrighted?

It seems proper to start with the first and best known….Overview.

File name Playbill.ttf
Styles & Weights Playbill
Designers Robert Harling, 1993, (1938)
Copyright Typeface © 1992 Stphenson Blake (Holdings) Ltd. Data © 1992 URW. Portions © 1992 Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.

What is a good 80s font?

Endless Sunrise. Endless Sunrise is a hand-made script font inspired by style of the 80s. It’s perfect for retro title designs, music albums, posters, book covers, and more. It includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers, punctuation, plus underlines and alternate versions of the 80s letters.