About The Font
Introducing Archer, a slab serif font designed by Tobias Frere-Jones and Jonathan Hoefler. They designed this typeface for Martha Stewart Living magazine in 2001. Afterward, it became freely available and was released for commercial licensing by Hoefler & Frere-Jones in 2008.
Archer is a slab serif with a geometric design similar to that of twentieth-century European slab serifs. Inspiration is also drawn from 20th-century designs such as Rockwell. Although it is a slab serif, it looks very warm and inviting. It is also called a colorful slab-serif.
The typeface is frank—direct, but not terse—because they have taken subtle cues from the world of typewriter faces, which combine the ordinary and practical features of antiques and geometrics. To produce a font that’s friendly and eye-catching without being overly flashy, they have restored the vanished ‘ball terminals’ to the lowercase and uncharacteristically applied these gestures to the capitals as well. For all of these reasons, Archer is a versatile and easy-to-use font.
This font is available in five weights—light, book, medium, bold, and semibold—as well as matching italics. Each weight of the font features a unique collection of characters, including capitals, lowercase, numerals, punctuation marks, symbols, and icons, all of which help make designs legible. The Archer font was created to strike the appropriate balance of authenticity, credibility, and charm.
There is another variant that is available on typography.com known as Archer ScreenSmart. It has been made especially for the web to ensure that it looks sharp at resolutions as small as nine pixels.
The Archer Font is famous for its usage. It has been used by Wells Fargo, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Wes Anderson’s film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” As a design element, you can use this typeface in many places.
Archer will work well for various design projects, including website logos, business or invitation cards, marketing materials, novel or print ads, web page layouts, printed paper, social media posts, movies, signage, T-shirt or mug designs, and game or app development. Because of its high legibility, Archer is also well-suited to body text.
Finally, using the Archer font in your project is always a smart move. Its legibility and versatility can make your content both readable and attractive.
|Designer||Hoefler & Frere-Jones.|
|File Format||OTF and TTF.|
|Font Licence||Free for personal use.|
Before downloading the typeface, you can view all of the characters it uses to make accurate predictions about how it will look in your creative projects.
Here are some excellent free alternatives to the Archer Font.
- Bodoni Egyptian.
- Esfera NF.
- Hellenic Typewriter.
Below are some Archer font combinations that you can use to create high-quality designs.
- Dala Floda.
- Helvetica Neue.
Below we have included a download button from where you can easily download this font on your operating system and use it for free in your projects.
Afrikaans, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat).
Archer is a trademark of Hoefler & Frere-Jones. If you want to use the paid version, buy Archer Font here. For personal usage, we are providing the freeware version of this.
What kind of font is this?
Ans: It is a slab serif font designed by Tobias Frere-Jones and Jonathan Hoefler.
What designer created this font?
Ans: Tobias Frere-Jones and Jonathan Hoefler designed this font for Martha Stewart Living magazine.
Can I download this font and use it on my PC or Mac?
Ans: You can download the Archer font from our website if you wish. Archer is compatible with both PCs and Macs.
Is there a Google Font that looks like this?
Ans: Roboto Slab Designed by Christian Robertson is similar to the Archer Font in Google fonts.
What is the most effective way to use it?
Ans: This font is suitable for body text and marketing materials.
Are you able to use this on an online platform?
Ans: Yes, this font is compatible with any online platform.
Can I use this font for free?
Ans: There is no charge for the personal use of the Archer font.
Is this font compatible with the web?
Ans: Yes, this will work on the web but you need to buy the Archer web font from the original license holder.
Are there any other free fonts like this?
Ans: “Sanchez” could be the best free alternative to the font.
How can I install the font on my device the easiest way?
Note: Are you having trouble installing the font on your PC or Mac? Don’t worry. We’ll explain how. You can find more information below.
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