In today’s post, we are about to share the humanist sans-serif typeface ITC Johnston Font that was released in 1999 and was developed by Edward Johnston, Dave Farey, and Richard Dawson.
This typeface is known to be the first typeface that was released without the italic faces in it this typeface is mostly used in the London Underground Railway with the combination of arabella font.
As in the letter styling of this typeface, the designers used the diamond shape dot instead of the normal dot on the i and j, which makes this typeface much more attractive and elegant in design.
There are 12 styles are available in this typeface. Brandon Grotesque and P22 Underground are the most similar typeface to this free typeface. This is a great typeface for its pairing function.
View of ITC Johnston Font
For your understanding, we are sharing the image in the below part that shows the styling of this typeface.
- Retail store interiors
- App design
- Posters, banners, and billboards
- Annual reports
- Animated logos
|Name||ITC Johnston Font|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
This typeface can not be used in commercial projects without the permission of the author but you can use this typeface in private projects without any permission.
ITC Johnston Font Free Download
This typeface is available for free download in a zip file from the below button.
Similar Fonts to ITC Johnston
- P22 Underground.
- Campton Font.
- Brandon Grotesque.
- Gill Sans.
- Mr Eaves.
- Halis Rounded Font.
Font Family Includes
- ITC Johnston Pro Light
- ITC Johnston Pro Light Italic
- ITC Johnston Pro Medium
- ITC Johnston Pro Medium Italic
- ITC Johnston Pro Bold
- ITC Johnston Pro Bold Italic
- ITC Johnston Std Light
- ITC Johnston Std Light Italic
- ITC Johnston Std Medium
- ITC Johnston Std Medium Italic
- ITC Johnston Std Bold
- ITC Johnston Std Bold Italic
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What Type of Font Is ITC Johnston?
This is the humanist sans-serif typeface that was released in 1999 and was developed by Edward Johnston, Dave Farey, and Richard Dawson.
Can I Use This Johnston Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the ITC Johnston website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
What’s the Closest Font to ITC Johnston?
The Campton Font is very close to the ITC Johnston font.
How to Install This Johnston Font in Adobe and Ms. Word?
We have a guide on installing Font in MS Word as well as in Adobe.