What is the Warhol™ font?
Warhol is a font family designed by Carlos Fabian Camargo. Its 3 fonts work in groups or independent. His carefree soul lies in the sensibility, creativity and abstract motivations listening to the album: The Velvet Underground & Nico released in 1967. More…
Preparations for his typographic design were illustrated by imagining extravagant, fascinating and hard-to-resist ideas, That is why his brushstrokes of the alphabet were born of irregularity, with naive character and expressive drawing, notable with the discordance and instability of drawing by Andy Warhol, infiltrated with pop folk art and artisan harmony. Warhol is a font family offers uppercase, lowercase and numbers that work at the beginning, middle or end of words, achieving calligraphic expressiveness. In that order of ideas Warhol font family offers the following vantages:
• Warhol Script (694 glyphs): handwritten letters drawn with a thin-thickness tool, simulating interesting imperfections in their contours and connections.
* Warhol Script Bold (694 glyphs): Thick letters that appear to be drawn with a brush of inflated and irregular thickness
• Warhol Extras (140 glyphs):
Words with letters written with pen, highlighting meaningful criteria that function as perfect companions between words designed in Warhol Script and Bold.
Warhol™ Font families
The Warhol™ includes the following font families:
- Warhol Script
- Warhol Bold
- Warhol Extras
Here is a preview of how Warhol™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.