Posterama™

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What is the Posterama™ font?

The Posterama™ typeface family contains 63 fonts and is a true journey through space and time. Designed by Jim Ford, each Posterama family contains 7 weights from Thin to Ultra Black, in 9 distinct families. What makes Posterama so unique and versatile are the eight alternative display families. By making use of a collection of alternative glyphs, Posterama sets an evocative flavor to visualize an entire century of futuristic reference points from art, architecture, poster design and science fiction into one family. More…
Posterama Text is the base family. It has the most robust character set including upper and lowercase glyphs and pan-European language support (including Greek and Cyrillic). Note: all the other Posterama variants described below do not have lowercase letters or Greek and Cyrillic support.
Posterama 1901 recalls the decoratively geometric style of Art Nouveau from the turn of the 20th century. Letterforms such as the slender, snaking ‘S’, the high-waisted ‘E’ and the underlined ‘O’ revive the spirit of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the designers of the Viennese Secession.
Posterama 1913 pays homage to the Armory Show, or 1913 Exhibition of Modern Art, which brought the revolutionary work of European artists such as Picasso, Duchamp and Kandinsky to the US for the first time to the shock and astonishment of press and public. Near-abstract, angular characters such as the ‘A’, ‘E’ and ‘N’ hint at cubism’s jagged and clashing planes.
Posterama 1919 uses a small, but important, variation to set a tone when the Bauhaus was founded, and the surge in radical European typography that followed. The straight-sided, roundheaded ‘A’ adds a flavor of 1919 – this style of ‘A’ can still be seen in the Braun logo, designed in 1934.
Posterama 1927 captures the year of Metropolis, The Jazz Singer and Paul Renner’s pioneering, geometric Futura typeface from 1927, which had a profound influence on design in the US and Europe.
Posterama 1933 – With its low-waisted, sinuous designs, the Posterama 1933 typeface family echoes lettering of the Art Deco period, which in turn had its roots in Art Nouveau, the key influence on Posterama 1901. The two fonts make a great team and can be used interchangeably.
Posterama 1945 features a few Cyrillic characters to conjure up an era when Russian art and political posters made their mark in cold war propaganda, espionage and also giant aliens and monsters.
Posterama 1984 takes its typographic influences from George Orwell’s classic novel, publicity for the dystopian action and sci-fi movies (Blade Runner, Videodrome and Terminator) and games like Space Invaders and Pac-Man that made an impact at that time.
Posterama 2001 was inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s science fiction masterpiece, which made extensive use of the Futura typeface. Posterama 2001 finds its cosmic orbit with its nosecone-style ‘A’ from NASA’s much-missed ‘worm’ logotype. There’s an echo, too, in Bauhaus designs from as early as 1920, whose minimalist, geometric lettering also featured a crossbar-less ‘A’.

Posterama™ Font families

The Posterama™ includes the following font families:

  • Posterama Text Thin
  • Posterama Text Light
  • Posterama Text Regular
  • Posterama Text SemiBold
  • Posterama Text Bold
  • Posterama Text Black
  • Posterama Text UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1901 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1901 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1901 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1901 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1901 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1901 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1901 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1913 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1913 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1913 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1913 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1913 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1913 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1913 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1919 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1919 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1919 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1919 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1919 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1919 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1919 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1927 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1927 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1927 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1927 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1927 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1927 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1927 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1933 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1933 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1933 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1933 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1933 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1933 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1933 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1945 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1945 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1945 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1945 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1945 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1945 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1945 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 1984 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 1984 Light
  • Posterama Pro 1984 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 1984 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 1984 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 1984 Black
  • Posterama Pro 1984 UltraBlack
  • Posterama Pro 2001 Thin
  • Posterama Pro 2001 Light
  • Posterama Pro 2001 Regular
  • Posterama Pro 2001 SemiBold
  • Posterama Pro 2001 Bold
  • Posterama Pro 2001 Black
  • Posterama Pro 2001 UltraBlack

Posterama™ Preview

Here is a preview of how Posterama™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.


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