What is the Churchward 69 font?
Churchward 69 is a ten weight typeface family originally designed during the late 1960’s by the late type designer Joseph Churchward. From the extremely condensed Regular weight to the outlandishly heavy Ultra Black, this square sans serif makes an audacious statement. Even the Italics are extreme at their 17 degree angle! Churchward 69 includes 5 weights, Regular, Bold, Extra Bold, Black, and the gorgeous Ultra Black, and their italics. Joseph sure knew how to draw heavy weights!
All members of the Churchward 69 family have OpenType features, including proportional and tabular figures, unlimited fractions, superior and inferior figures, and ordinals. Each font also has an extensive character set to support many western European languages.
Churchward 69 Font families
The Churchward 69 includes the following font families:
- Churchward 69
- Churchward 69 Italic
- Churchward 69 Bold
- Churchward 69 Bold Italic
- Churchward 69 Extra Bold
- Churchward 69 Extra Bold Italic
- Churchward 69 Black
- Churchward 69 Black Italic
- Churchward 69 Ultra Black
- Churchward 69 Ultra Black Italic
Churchward 69 Preview
Here is a preview of how Churchward 69 will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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