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Acme Gothic Font

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Acme GothicDesigner: Mark Simonson
Publisher: Mark Simonson
Acme Gothic was developed by Mark Simonson and published by Mark Simonson. Acme Gothic includes 25 styles and household package choices. p > Acme Gothic (2018) is based on the thick and thin gothic lettering design popular in the U.S. in the first half of the twentieth century. There have been typefaces in this genre previously, however they were either too quirky (World Gothic), too English (Britannic), too Art Deco (Koloss), too modern-day (Glowing), or too Art Nouveau (Flair). None catches the plain, workman-like design of Acme Gothic.

There are five widths (Compressed, Condensed, regular, Wide, and Extrawide) each with five weights (Light, Regular, Semibold, Bold, and Black) for a total of 25 various designs. Acme Gothic has comprehensive language assistance, covering most Latin-based writing systems. Acme Gothic also consists of both little caps and raised little caps (accessed through an OpenType stylistic set) both of which can be found in classic examples of this lettering design.

Font Family:
· Acme Gothic Compressed Light
· Acme Gothic Compressed Regular
· Acme Gothic Compressed Semibold
· Acme Gothic Compressed Bold
· Acme Gothic Compressed Black
· Acme Gothic Condensed Light
· Acme Gothic Condensed Regular
· Acme Gothic Condensed Semibold
· Acme Gothic Condensed Bold
· Acme Gothic Condensed Black
· Acme Gothic Light
· Acme Gothic Regular
· Acme Gothic Semibold
· Acme Gothic Bold
· Acme Gothic Black
· Acme Gothic Wide Light
· Acme Gothic Wide Regular
· Acme Gothic Wide Semibold
· Acme Gothic Wide Bold
· Acme Gothic Wide Black
· Acme Gothic Extrawide Light
· Acme Gothic Extrawide Regular
· Acme Gothic Extrawide Semibold
· Acme Gothic Extrawide Bold
· Acme Gothic Extrawide Black

Tags: 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, american, gothic, retro, sans serif, thick and thin, vernacular

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