Government-Inspired Vintage Font
Authority pays tribute to the almost unnoticed but powerful effect type has on the way we make our way through life in public places.Perfect for
- Authentic and inspired by 1970s New York government typography used in schools and transportation
- Includes 6 typefaces and 3 styles (Standard, Rounded and Distressed)
- Language support for 75 western languages
- 3 styles included to simulate the natural aging of the font in public spaces
Number of fonts: 6
File Type: TTF version of all fonts
File Size: 1.42 MB
License Type: Standard version
Foundry: Retro Supply Co
From waiting on a cold morning to catch the 307 to Morton West High School, to the rain and snow worn stencil on a postal box. Public typography is a part of the little spaces in your lives where life actually happens.
Government designed fonts were chosen to communicate quickly and clearly — to help grease the gears of the day-to-day grind.
Authority beckons back to these days with its mildly condensed feel, squared corners and strong feel.
We've also added another dimension to the typeface by creating a typeface for each time period in the fonts life including: Standard (freshly printed), Rounded (Slightly worn and used) and Aged (worn down by the day to day interactions with the world).
Use it for bold, striking headlines and subheads. Use it for the base of logos. Use it to bring Authority to your work.
- JMJoann M.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars4 years agoPerfect font
I purchased Authority for a job I had. It was perfect for the look and feel I needed.
I’ve loved every purchase I’ve made from Retro Supply Co., so I knew I would be happy.Was this helpful?RCRetroSupply Co.4 years agoSo happy to see that you are loving the products we put out!
- SDScotia D.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars5 years agoThis font hits the spot!
I love retro/vintage design, especially typefaces, and this one hits the spot! Authentic, well crafted, and reasonably priced. I've already started incorporating it into some of my personal projects.Was this helpful?