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Filmotype Parade Font

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Filmotype ParadeDesigner: Charles Gibbons
Publisher: Filmotype
Filmotype Parade was designed by Charles Gibbons and published by Filmotype. Filmotype Parade consists of 6 styles and family plan choices. p > Presented by Filmotype in 1955, Filmotype Parade was released to match its slimmer cousin Orlando and pay for Filmotype's customers the ability to set the exact same playful casual appearance in an extra-wide setting. This Free Design typeface records an unwinded casual showcard lettering design popular in grocery shop and vehicle dealership advertising of the mid-1950s.

Type designer Charles Gibbons developed an expanded variety of weights and widths for Parade. While it had actually been Filmotype's practice to generate width variant typefaces utilizing electronic camera stretching methods, Gibbons rather mastered each alphabet at its native width and weight to develop extraordinary typesetting throughout the family.

Filmotype Parade Regular was established from the original typeface filmstrips and each extra weight was created as an inspired original. Each Filmotype Parade member of the family consists of a full global character complement, automated portions, ordinals, and a host of alternate characters in vibrant OpenType format.

Font Family:
· Filmotype Parade
· Filmotype Parade SemiBold
· Filmotype Parade Bold
· Filmotype Parade Condensed
· Filmotype Parade Condensed SemiBold
· Filmotype Parade Condensed Bold

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