Gotham Font Family – Download Free

About The Font

Gotham is a typeface designed by American type designers Tobias Frere-Jones and Jesse Ragan in 2000 and published by Hoefler & Co Foundry. The Gotham font family was released with ten fonts and complementary italic styles, encompassing serif and sans-serif letterforms. The Gotham font family consists of eight weights with four widths: Regular, Bold, Black, and Extra Black.

With 66 variations, the Gotham Font family is one of the biggest. In 2008, Barak Obama’s presidential marketing campaign used the font in every section. Its visual appearance is most popular with graphic designers. Gotham is a humanist sans-serif font inspired by the geometric school and the art nouveau movements. The font name comes from New York’s nickname, “Gotham City.”

Gotham is a versatile typeface that is highly adaptable to virtually any design. It offers the exciting contrast of thick, rough strokes with thin, delicate ones, giving it an old-fashioned feel suitable for vintage designs.

It has been a hugely popular typeface for designers worldwide since its release. The font’s design has similar features to earlier serif typeface designs, such as Times New Roman or Bodoni. The Gotham typeface is characterized by its sleek, modern style that draws on traditional influences. Originally designed for The New Yorker magazine, it has become one of the most popular fonts among designers.

As you can see, Gotham Font was created relatively recently but has managed to gain popularity in popular media and in the Big Apple. It has become one of the most popular and widely used typefaces ever designed.

Usage

The Gotham font family is an excellent addition to any designer’s toolkit. The font has got every style you need for any purpose. It makes it easy to quickly create legible, eye-catching typography for both print and digital media. It can be used in both vintage and modern designs.

Since its initial release in 2000, it has grown into the go-to typeface for numerous magazine covers and headlines. Gotham was initially designed for a news company in Queens, New York. The typeface was intended to have a more “American” feel, so it is very sharp and straightforward with almost no decoration. The letters are easily readable on computer screens because they have been optimized for screen resolution. Gotham has been made from stacks of paper folded into a square without cutting the edges off, which creates a unique texture that cannot be found in other fonts.

Its versatility makes it an invaluable font that can be utilized for anything from children’s books to movie posters. The Australian Labor Party used this font for federal election marketing in 2016. Also, the font is widely used for film trailers in the USA.

For headlines and text, the Gotham font is suitable for use. You can use it in a variety of formats depending on your needs. The Gotham font has a matching view of tables and charts. With its unique characters and automated features, the font is handy to work with.

It was initially conceived for the signage system of New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). Gotham Font has many different uses in today’s world, from print to the web.

Font View

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Font information

NameGotham
StyleGeometric Sans-Serif
AuthorTobias Frere-Jones (2000)
File FormatTTF, and OTF
Font LicenceFree for personal use
TypeTruetype, Opentype, Hypertext Font

Download

You can download the font from the below link.

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Font Family Include

As mentioned above the font family includes 66 fonts style.

  1. Gotham Thin
  2. Gotham Thin Italic
  3. Gotham Extra Light
  4. Gotham Extra Light Italic
  5. Gotham Light
  6. Gotham Light Italic
  7. Gotham Book
  8. Gotham Book Italic
  9. Gotham Medium
  10. Gotham Medium Italic
  11. Gotham Bold
  12. Gotham Bold Italic
  13. Gotham Black
  14. Gotham Black Italic
  15. Gotham Ultra
  16. Gotham Ultra Italic
  17. Gotham Narrow Thin
  18. Gotham Narrow Thin Italic
  19. Gotham Narrow Extra Light
  20. Gotham Narrow Extra Light Italic
  21. Gotham Narrow Light
  22. Gotham Narrow Light Italic
  23. Gotham Narrow Book
  24. Gotham Narrow Book Italic
  25. Gotham Narrow Medium
  26. Gotham Narrow Medium Italic
  27. Gotham Narrow Bold
  28. Gotham Narrow Bold Italic
  29. Gotham Narrow Black
  30. Gotham Narrow Black Italic
  31. Gotham Narrow Ultra
  32. Gotham Narrow Ultra Italic
  33. Gotham Extra Narrow Thin
  34. Gotham Extra Narrow Thin Italic
  35. Gotham Extra Narrow Extra Light
  36. Gotham Extra Narrow Extra Light Italic
  37. Gotham Extra Narrow Light
  38. Gotham Extra Narrow Light Italic
  39. Gotham Extra Narrow Book
  40. Gotham Extra Narrow Book Italic
  41. Gotham Extra Narrow Medium
  42. Gotham Extra Narrow Medium Italic
  43. Gotham Extra Narrow Bold
  44. Gotham Extra Narrow Bold Italic
  45. Gotham Extra Narrow Black
  46. Gotham Extra Narrow Black Italic
  47. Gotham Extra Narrow Ultra
  48. Gotham Extra Narrow Ultra Italic
  49. Gotham Condensed Thin
  50. Gotham Condensed Thin Italic
  51. Gotham Condensed Extra Light
  52. Gotham Condensed Extra Light Italic
  53. Gotham Condensed Light
  54. Gotham Condensed Light Italic
  55. Gotham Condensed Book
  56. Gotham Condensed Book Italic
  57. Gotham Condensed Medium
  58. Gotham Condensed Medium Italic
  59. Gotham Condensed Bold
  60. Gotham Condensed Bold Italic
  61. Gotham Condensed Black
  62. Gotham Condensed Black Italic
  63. Gotham Condensed Extra Black
  64. Gotham Condensed Extra Black Italic
  65. Gotham Condensed Ultra
  66. Gotham Condensed Ultra Italic
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  2. Montserrat
  3. Open Sans
  4. Proxima Nova
  5. Nexa
  6. Museo Sans
  7. Kiona
  8. Gibson
  9. Calibre
  10. Akzidenz Grotesk
  11. Graphik
  12. Avenir

Supported Language

Afrikaans, Albanian, Alsatian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bosnian, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Fijian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Frisian, Friulian, Galician, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Kazakh, Kurdish, Kyrgyz, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgeois, Malagasy, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Oromo, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Sardinian, Scots Gaelic, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish, Turkmen, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Welsh, and Zulu.

License Information

We provide you with a free demo version of the Gotham font. Use it for personal purposes only (not for commercial use). If you need to use it for commercial purposes, make sure you purchase it.

FAQs

What is the type of this font?

Ans: Gotham is a geometric sans-serif typeface suitable for text and design.

Can I download this font for my PC and Mac?

Ans: Yes, you can download this font for your PC, Mac, and Linux. It’s also undoubtedly safe to download.

Is it OK to use this on an online platform?

Ans: You can use Gotham Font online, but only with the purchased version. We are providing you with the free version for personal use only.

Is this a free font?

Ans: The font has a free version for just demo usage. For commercial use, you need to purchase the font.

Is this a web font?

Ans: Yes, the Gotham font has a web version too, but you require a license for it.

Who designed the Gotham font?

Ans: Tobias Frere-Jones designed the font in 2000.

What font looks like Gotham? 

Ans: The Raleway font looks similar to Gotham Font.

Is there a font similar to Gotham in Google Fonts?

Ans: Raleway and Montserrat are the most similar in Google fonts.

How can I install a font on my devices?

Ans: Installing this font on your device is straightforward. The font can be installed on a PC, MAC, or Linux device. Follow the below links.

If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to ask us.

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