About The Font
Thrasher was a specialized skateboarding magazine that started publishing in 1981. The font used for the magazine’s logo is Banco. Roger Excoffon initially developed the Banco font for the Fonderie Olive foundry. This magazine aims to provide a platform for skateboard, music-related articles, interviews, reviews, and photography. But the logo is customized with hand touched.
Those who like Thrasher Font are familiar with its antique brush lettering with a contemporary twist. Its primary design features are traits with a bouncy baseline and circular types.
The main font of this logo Banco, is free for personal use. Download Banco font for your PC or Mac for free. For commercial use, you have to purchase the license from its owner.
Banco font is a free TrueType script font that you can use for various purposes. Like you can use this font for your projects, together with banners, posters, and social media posts.
This font is free for personal use.
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If you are looking for the free version of Bancho Font here it is. The download link is ready. Click the download link below and you will get the font immediately at no cost.
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- What type of font is Thrasher?
Ans: The font used for the magazine’s logo is Banco.
- Is Thrasher Font safe to download and use on My PC and MAC?
Ans: Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.
- Is there any font similar to Thrasher Font in Google Fonts?
Ans: Bangers – Google Fonts is the most similar Google font to the Thrasher Font.
- Is it OK to use this on an online platform?
Ans: Yes, you can use the Thrasher Font on the online platform.
- How to install Thrasher Font on Computer?
Ans: Check the PC or Mac instructions link to install Thrasher Font on your computer.