ITC Highlander was released in 1993 and is yet another tribute by David Farey to the American type designer Oswald Cooper. Farey modeled his sans serif design on the handlettering of Cooper, maintaining the original feel with the type’s diminutive x-height and the uneven letter strokes. The terminals on ITC Highlander, unlike most sans serifs, are soft, and create a sans serif that Farey finds to be more readable; the accompanying italic is a simple cursive design.
ITC Highlander® Font families
The ITC Highlander® includes the following font families:
ITC Highlander Std Book
ITC Highlander Std Book Italic
ITC Highlander Std Medium
ITC Highlander Std Medium Italic
ITC Highlander Std Bold
ITC Highlander Std Bold Italic
ITC Highlander® Preview
Here is a preview of how ITC Highlander® will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Is ITC Highlander® Free to Download?
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