Introducing you to a magazine font the New Yorker Font. The New Yorker is an American magazine that was first published by Harold Ross on 21 February 1925. That magazine has to highlight many topics like journalism, criticism, essays, fiction, and poetry. It presently distributes 47 times in a whole year, with five of these issues covering two-week ranges. So, that’s why it becomes a very popular magazine in America.
Many graphic designers are whiling to work with the fonts used for this magazine. Therefore, here we are talking about the typefaces which are actually used for it. The first one is “NY Irvin font ” used for the title of the magazine while the second one is “Adobe Caslon Pro” which use for the paragraphs.
This font is FREE FOR PERSONAL USE.
New Yorker Serif Font
License: Free for Personal Use!
Font Type: TTF, OTF
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