Archer font is the slab-serif typeface that was presented to the public in 2001 by Tobias Frere-Jones and Jonathan Hoefler to be used inside Martha Stewart Living magazine.
Sharing the little bit looks with the lobster font this typeface is great for most of the designers and they are also inspired by this typeface. The font family this typeface contains five different styles.
This geometric slab serif font contains different characters that are capable of displaying keen features and also provides great readability to the user.
Since its release, this typeface gets so much attention and popularity because of the fact that this font is the right choice for the printing as well as for web display functions and it also works great with sofia pro font.
Archer font can be found in both google and adobe font library and it is known for its font generator function. This typeface is used inside the logos of numbers of tv shows.
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Before moving ahead, let’s have a look at the appearance of this font that how does it will appear when you apply it to your graphic design.
Due to its clean and clean texture, you may easily use this outstanding font for the ambitious heading, ebook covers, and so on.
- Theme design (WordPress, Shopify, etc.)
- Game interfaces
- Posters, banners, and billboards
- Wall murals
- Vehicle wraps
|Style||Humanist slab serif|
|Designer||Jonathan Hoefler, Tobias Frere-Jones|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
Archer is a free font that is available to be used inside a personal project for free and for the commercial projects it will require permission.
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Similar Fonts to Archer
- Typo Slab
- Zilla Slab Medium
- Napo Bold
Font Family Includes
- Archer Romans
- Archer Italics
- Archer Light
- Archer Book
- Archer Medium
- Archer Semibold
- Archer Bold
- Archer Black
- Archer Extra Black
- Archer Ultra
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What Type of Font Is Archer?
Archer font is the slab-serif typeface that was presented to the public in 2001 by Tobias Frere-Jones and Jonathan Hoefler.
Can I Use Archer Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Archer website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Can I Use Archer for My Logo?
Of course! you can use the Archer for your logo as well as all other graphic designs projects.
What’s the Closest Font to Archer?
The nexa font is very close to the Archer font.
How to Install Avenir Next Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?
You can check out our Font Installation guide for windows or for more detailed information then you can watch our guide about the installation of Fonts in Mac. However, we also have a guide on installing Font in MS Word as well as in Adobe.