We are going to introduce you to a new sans-serif typeface that is known as The Benton Sans Extra Comp Black font. This typeface comes in many different weights. The manufacturer of this extraordinary font’s regular weight is The Font Burea, Inc and the designers of this font are Cyrus Highsmith, Tobias Frere-Jones, and The Font Bureau.
This typeface contains various styles and weights including regular, medium, bold, light, extra light, and eight weights-thin. Tobias Frere-Jones designed this font in 1995 and it was expanded by Cyrus Highsmith. This typeface can be downloaded from our website and use this typeface for personal only. Franklin Gothic font and League Gothic Fonts are the most similar fonts to this font.
It has amazing stylish characters and unique glyphs that are perfect for any type of design and graphic design project. Many designers and popular Corporations adopted this typeface for their website design and many other app designing projects.
Usage of Benton Sans Extra Comp Black Font
This typeface has a great outlook on the top of Magazine and Newspapers and can be also used for many specific logos designs, banners, book covers, posters, brochure layouts, branding projects, business and wedding card designs, presentations, advertisement purposes, product packaging, t-shirt, and print on many other fabric designs.
If you are a YouTuber then this typeface is a perfect typeface for your youtube thumbnails and art designs. It also brings versatility to your headlines and titles. You can also use this typeface for your office reports, invoices, quotes, lengthy paragraphs, and even documentation purposes.
Benton Sans Extra Comp Black Font Family View
|Name||Benton Sans Extra Comp Black Font|
|Designer||Cyrus Highsmith Tobias Frere-Jones Font Bureau|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free For Personal Use|
This typeface has two versions that are free and paid. We are proving a free version of this typeface that can perfectly utilize in all your personal projects but not for commercial projects. If you want this font for commercial then you will have to purchase it from the font designers.
Benton Sans Extra Comp Black Font Family (Includes 8 Typeface)
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Thin
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Extra Light
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Light
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Book
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Regular
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Medium
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Bold
- BentonSans Extra Comp Black font Black
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- League Gothic Font
- Wolverine font
- MicroSerif-Light Font
- Micro-Serif Font
- News Serif Font
- Glamor Light Font
Benton Sans Extra comp Black Font Free Download
We are providing you a free version of this typeface and you can freely download it for your personal projects. Just click on the below download button to get it on your operating systems. But it is prohibited in your commercial projects and you will have to buy its paid version from the font creator.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Who Designed Benton Sans Extra Comp Black typeface?
This is a staggering sans-serif typeface and the designers of this typeface are three masters that are Cyrus Highsmith, Tobias Frere-Jones, and The Font Bureau.
Is there any similar font to the Benton Sans Extra Comp Black font?
Yes, you can find many similar fonts to this high-quality font such as Wolverine font, MicroSerif-Light Font, Micro-Serif Font, News Serif Font, Glamor Light Font, and many more.
what type of font is Benton Sans Extra Comp Black font?
This is a sans-serif typeface that comes in eight weights and five widths. Tobias Frere-Jones designed this font in 1995 and it was expanded by Cyrus Highsmith.
Is Benton Sans Extra Comp Black typeface Free for Commercial Use?
Not at all, but you can use its free version in regular weight that can use in your all personal projects. For commercial or official uses, you must purchase its paid version from the font’s designers or from any official website.