They are introducing the Blackjack Font Family! The script typeface comes in thin-bold display forms. For the first time, the OpenType set comes with this remarkable font family. In 2002, a font designing company called Typadelic acquired rights to this font family. Due to its elegant glyphs and stylish texture, this innovative font family is prevalent.
The story behind the Blackjack font began with developing a gambling game and was later made into a casino font for dealer use and player recreation. When John George and Duncan Ferguson set out to create a design reminiscent of Las Vegas, they hit on this font. It combined playful whimsy with practicality and functionality and was named Blackjack after the casino game it was developed for.
It makes the perfect complement to any project. Moreover, the shape and simplicity of the font make it the ideal font. Please take a look at the images we fasten here for you to get a sense of their texture.
The Blackjack® Font Intro is a single-font family complete with 20 styles. They are ideal for both print and screen environments. Blackjack font offers support for ISO10646 Standard Encoding for the following characters: Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, IPA Extensions, Spacing Modifier Letters, Combining Diacritical Marks.
There is only one thin-bold style in the Blackjack Font Family that contains 180 glyphs. Because of his stylish appearance, it has attracted many designers, and they look forward to using it for their personal and commercial purposes. These features make this fine display font family different from every other typeface introduced to date.
For comprehensive design approaches, this font is ideal. This famous font can be used for Greeting cards, Certificates, Logo designing, Book covers, Banners, Printing on Awards, Business cards designs, Stationery, and many other purposes. One way to use this awesome font is to print it on T-shirts.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.