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Font of the day: Seventies

Seventies font

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Seventies by Maximiliano Sproviero

Get your type groove on with today's font of choice Seventies, by type designer Maximiliano Sproviero (opens in new tab). "Meeeeoooow! Seventies is another of my 'funkadelic' attempts to fill the existing gap of seventy-ish looking fonts," he comments. "In my opinion, that decade has a hidden treasure regarding type that remains unexplored.

"Only very few fonts rescue its groovy essence, its colourful qualities. But, don't have a cow man, and keep on truckin! With Seventies, my new foxy mama, your projects will stand out among the rest."

Seventies is available to purchase over on MyFonts (opens in new tab).

Seventies font

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