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About this font family

Archie is a wide attention-grabber based on a simple geometric alphabet drawn in the early 1930s by Dutch calligrapher and lettering artist Martin Meijer. This digital family expands considerably on the original letters, adding biform shapes, small caps, italics across the board, and support for many Latin-based languages.

Archie’s eye-catching forms are meant for clear, seamless and strong message delivery. In its upright styles, strong vertical strokes emphasize the sense of confidence and importance, and in its italics, that emphasis is further affirmed by a natural sense of urgency. This kind of alphabet is perfect for display typography aiming at the glance-and-go crowd. When used properly and placed prominently, no eye can escape it. More…

The basic Archie family is comprised of six basic fonts, while the Pro set combines all three uprights in one font and all three italics in another.

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Archie Pro




Archie SC


Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  

only available in some of the styles:
Windows TrueType  


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