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Film P2

Film P2

by Fontsphere
Individual Styles from $12.00
Complete family of 9 fonts: $48.00
Film P2 Font Family was designed by Bartosz Panek and published by Fontsphere. Film P2 contains 9 styles and family package options.

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About Film P2 Font Family

Film-P2 is an Ultra Condensed sans serif display typeface designed by Bartosz Panek.

It is the follower of the geometric 'Film Poster' (

which was inspired by futuristic movie posters.

In Film-P2, the letter design is more neutral, the font is more versatile, but no less expressive, which was one of the assumptions of the project. This allows many different application possibilities. In titles, headings, longer text compositions, bold and custom juxtapositions, and in many different formats.

The differences in the width of the letters in the narrow, regular, wide versions are not significant, they are fairly balanced, but they give a lot of variation depending on the method of application and design characteristics, e.g. text size, background type, etc.

The entire Film-P2 family offers many creative possibilities in graphic design, branding, printing and website design.

Each font include multilingual support, numerals and a large range of special characters.

Designers: Bartosz Panek

Publisher: Fontsphere

Foundry: Fontsphere

Design Owner: Fontsphere

MyFonts debut: Oct 10, 2020

Film P2

About Fontsphere

At Fontsphere, the power of typography to elevate your brand's voice is evident in every carefully crafted font. We pour our creativity into crafting exceptional fonts that make your designs stand out. From modern sans-serifs to intricate display fonts, our curated collection offers a range of typographic solutions to bring your vision to life. Every typeface is meticulously designed with a focus on quality and precision, ensuring your message shines through.

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