Bantayog Font is a display typeface created in 2006 by Philippine type designer Joel Pilapil. The typeface is named after the Bantayog Bayani (monument of heroes) in Quezon City, Philippines.
It was created to commemorate the sacrifices of the Filipino people during the Martial Law period. The typeface is inspired by the antique display typefaces used in the 1970s.
The typeface is available in two weights, light and regular. It is suitable for use in both body copy and headline text. It has been used in a number of publications, including books, magazines, and newspapers.
Who Used Bantayog Font?
The Bantayog texture can be used for both personal and commercial purposes. It is a great choice for use in headlines, body copy, and other text where a display typeface is needed. The font can also be used on websites and in other digital media. Its glyphs can be accessed via software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Word.
This font is also commonly used in banners, pamphlets, headers, and brochures. It can give a modern and professional look to any document. It has unique glyphs for the Filipino alphabet, which makes it particularly suitable for use in Philippine publications.
The typeface is also matched with other typefaces and has a matching personality with expressway font, you can make brand new designing stuff with mix these two typefaces as well.
Bantayog Font Family Appearance
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|OTF & TTF
|Free For Personal Use
Font License Guide
This is a free version of this font that can use in your personal projects without worrying. But for commercial projects, It is strictly prohibited to use this font in your commercial project without purchasing this font.
Alternatives of Bantayog Font
Family of Bantayog Font
- Bantayog Regular Font
- Bantayog Bold Font
Bantayog Font Free Download
You can download this extraordinary typeface by clicking on the brown download button below. It is a great typeface for T-shirt Designs, Branding product designs, and many more.
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FAQs About This Font!
What font looks good with Bantayog?
There are many fonts that look good with Bantayog Font. Some of our favorites include Baskerville, Bodoni, and Didot.
What is the Bantayog typeface on Word?
The Bantayog typeface is not available in Microsoft Word. However, the font can be downloaded for free from our web portal.
Is Bantayog texture accessible?
The Bantayog typeface is widely available and can be downloaded for free from many websites. It is also included in some word processing and design.
What is the Bantayog texture used for?
This font is often used in book design, as its old display style lends itself well to lengthy blocks of text.