The New Yorker Font

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What font is used in The New Yorker logo?

I did a lot of research to find the font used in The New Yorker logo. I didn’t find the exact font used in the logo. Most likely, this font has been personalized.

Anyway, I found two fonts that are very similar to the original logo font. The first is premium and the second is free. You can manipulate these fonts a bit to make them look like the desired font.

The first font is “New Yorker Type Regular” and was designed by Gert Wiescher and published by Wiescher Design. This font is Premium and you can buy it from the link below.

The second alternative font is free and you can use it in your personal projects. Click on the button below to download it.

As you know, the cover of The New Yorker magazine is printed with illustrations, and for its logo font, a comic and painting style has been considered. In this font, the letters of letters such as ‘O’, ‘W’ and ‘N’ are very large and wide, but the other letters are more elongated and longer with fancy edges. This logo font is used to illustrate children’s books, comics and other design and architecture brands.

About The New Yorker

The New Yorker Magazine was founded in 1920 by Harold Ross and his wife Jane Grant, who publishes weekly journalism, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry.

In the early decades, the magazine sometimes published two or even three short stories a week, but in recent years the speed of a story has remained constant in each issue. While some of the styles and themes are more repetitive in their stories, the stories are characterized by a different monotony from different genres, from introverted introverted narratives to Donald Barthelem’s surrealism to short narratives of neural life. They have fueled. New Yorkers are stories that are set in vast areas of places and periods and translated into many languages.

The New Yorker has been the source of many films. Both fiction and non-fiction have been adapted for the big screen, including Flash of Genius (2008), The Bridge (2006), and Brokeback Mountain (2005).

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