About Cornhusker Font Family
Standing tall as an Illinois cornfield in September, Cornhusker Regular is a strapping condensed sans designed by a champion cornhusker. Inspired by 1940s Midwestern signage, it's warm & charming characters are perfectly at home in logos, beverage bottles and food packaging, restaurant menus, travel advertisements, websites, stationery, handmade product packaging and so much more. If you're looking for a hand-crafted typeface with punch (who can fit into tight spaces!) then Cornhusker Regular is the font for you.
This inspired revival excels in both retro & modern designs. Cornhusker Regular includes capital letters, small caps, and alternate cuts (with diacritics) of A, E, F, J, X, Y, ᴀ, ᴇ, ғ, ᴊ, x, ʏ, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and a sharp German double s in both cap and smallcap.
This font is not affiliated with or endorsed by the University of Nebraska.
Cornhusker Regular includes an installable digital Opentype Font file in a single weight. This file contains a basic Latin character set with a full set of uppercase and small caps, multilingual diacritics, numbers, international currency figures, punctuation and pagination symbols. The font also includes alternate cuts for select uppercase and smallcap letters (located in stylistic sets). It is compatible with Adobe CS and CC, Microsoft Word and other type editing apps.
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About Section Type
Section Type scours old Southern barns for rural ephemera, signage and hand-lettering. Enhance your projects with a bit of authentic American nostalgia you won't find anywhere else. Except perhaps a burley barn in Possum Trot, Kentucky.