About Eras font
Let’s introduce all of you to a humanist sans-serif typeface called Eras font. Eras font was initially designed by two designers Albert Boston and Albert Hollenstein, released by the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) in 1976. The typeface later got a license from the Linotype type foundry. It’s also part of the google fonts library.
Eras font is the most appealing typeface ever because of its slightly italic character and linear letters. It is made up of four energetic styles, all of which are Truetype. The font has a 3-degree correct tilt.
Eras font adheres to the ITC’s expanded x-height norms and requirements and the various weights from light to ultra-bold. The most common weights are Light, Medium, Demi, and Bold, the same as the Barbedor font. There is no italic variation of this typeface because all of the weights are standard.
Eras font is a free font. This typeface can help you on your projects and get the best result from using it. Let’s cover other facts and info about the font below.
Eras fonts have a clean and elegant look. That is why you can use this font on your essay and paragraphs writing, textbook printing, card designing, and even logo design. You can also use this font on the website and animation titling.
Some designers already use this font on games, presentations, album art, tutorial videos, picture books, etc.
|Designer||Albert Boton, Albert Hollenstein|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal Use|
Eras font view
Before going with this font, you need to check out all the character designs of this font for a better understanding of how it will look on your projects.
Although it’s a free font, you can use this font for any personal usage free. But for commercial usage, please get in touch with the owner for proper licensing.
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Download Eras font
You can get the font in a zip file from the download button and use it in your projects after extracting it. You can use this font just for persona use only.
Eras Font Includes
- ITC Eras Std Light
- ITC Eras Std Book
- ITC Eras Std Medium
- ITC Eras Std Demi
- ITC Eras Std Bold
- ITC Eras Std Ultra
Eras Font Paring
You can use this font with:
- Inverserif font
- Frankfurter font
- Cooper Black font
- ITC Century font
- Elite font
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Because of its small forward tilt and subtle changes in stroke weights, ITC Eras is a sans serif with a distinctive style. ITC Eras has comparably big lowercase x-height and great letter fitting properties, as do other contemporary types developed for cinema typography.
ITC Eras font is a free typeface. So, you can use the font on your projects. But commercial use please acquire a license from ITC.
It fully depends on your requirement. If you are in cinema typography, magazine design, or logo design, this is the perfect font for you.
Yes, Eras font is a bit italicized.
The Nota Font is similar to the Eras font.