Greetings, friends! We are pleased to introduce the Looney Tunes Font Family, another excellent font family. Based on the animated comedy short film Looney Tunes, this font family has a cartoon-like appearance. Warner Bros produced it and released it in 1930. It went on to become an enormous success.
Looney Tunes font is a fancy comic font designed by Image Club Graphics. The font family is Looney Tunes. And sub-family is Regular. About the font Looney Tunes is free for personal use only. Please, talk with the author for commercial use or any support. You can use Looney Tunes to create exciting designs, covers, shop and store names, and logos.
Silly Symphonies’ name is taken from the Walt Disney musical series of the same name. The 90s were the heyday of animated cartoons at the movies. The film was released in 1993.
As you’ve already seen on Looney Tunes covers, the font family of Looney Tunes is beautiful. In addition to bold letters and unique icons, this typeface also contains a few interesting characters. In addition, that font design presents a specific appearance and is available in TrueType format. Check out the images of the letter map we attached to the article. This will give you an idea of how your text will look.
The primary purpose of designing this elegant font was to use it for advertising and display purposes. Nevertheless, we can use these fonts freely to create a stunning layout ideal for presenting long text. It is possible to create books, banner designs, brochure layouts, posters, movie titles, logos, etc.
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.