In this post, we are introducing you to the design at RMIT University in Melbourne by the Multidisciplinary Team of Specialists in 2018, known as the Sans Forgetica Font.
It has features of both Geometric and Humanist typefaces, in the traditions of the International Typographic Style, and resembles an obscured and disjointed form of a typeface such as Futura.
This typeface is the version of Sans-Serif typeface that was designed with the sole purpose of helping the students to remember what they have studied.
The styling of this typeface is based on the Back-slanted letter that also has the proper gap between the letters and when it used with streetwear font it will decrease the legibility.
View of Sans Forgetica Font
To get the proper idea about the styling of this typeface take at the below image.
You can easily use this typeface in a number of projects and some of them are listed below.
- Stadium branding
- Game interfaces
- Title sequences and end credits
- Vehicle wraps
- Public transportation navigation
- Promotional videos
|Name||Sans Forgetica Font|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
This is a free font that you can use in your graphic designs projects but only for personal because for commercial projects it will require permission from the author
Sans Forgetica Font Free Download
Here you can download the font that comes in the zip format and after extracting this you can easily use this in your designs.
Similar Fonts to Sans Forgetica
- BF Tiny Hand
- Leon Sans
Font Family Includes
- Sans Forgetica UltraLight Italic
- Sans Forgetica ExtraLight Italic
- Sans Forgetica Light Italic
- Sans Forgetica Book Italic
- Sans Forgetica Medium Italic
- Sans Forgetica SemiBold Italic
- Sans Forgetica Bold Italic
- Sans Forgetica ExtraBold Italic
- Sans Forgetica Heavy Italic
- Sans Forgetica Ultra Italic
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What Type of Font Is Sans Forgetica?
This is a sans serif font that is designed at RMIT University in Melbourne by the Multidisciplinary Team of Specialists in 2018, known as the Sans Forgetica Font.
Can I Use Sans Forgetica Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Sans Forgetica website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Can I Use Sans Forgetica for My Logo?
Of course! you can use the Sans Forgetica for your logo as well as all other graphic design projects.
What’s the Closest Font to Sans Forgetica?
The Leon Sans font is very close to the Sans Forgetica font.
How to Install Sans Forgetica Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?