Zombieland: Double Tap Font
What font is used in the Zombieland: Double Tap logo?
“Neue Helvetica Paneuropean 87 Condensed Heavy” is the font used in the Zombieland: Double Tap logo. This font is designed by Max Miedinger, Edouard Hoffmann and published by Linotype. You can purchase this font from the link below.
If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.
You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.
When you see the logo font of “Zombieland: Double Tap” movie, you will have doubts about your imagination, because usually, every movie made for zombies uses a scary logo font. But this logo font is not at all like what you imagine. Maybe it’s because the film is more of a comedy than a horror and neon style reminiscent of a circus and a celebration rather than a massacre by zombies. With this description, you can use this logo font for the title of clubs, hotels, and happy themes.
About Zombieland: Double Tap
“Zombieland: Double Tap” directed by Ruben Fleischer slowly begins with the breaking of the fourth wall, according to which the narrator and protagonist of our story, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), confirms that when it comes to zombies. We have a lot of options for entertainment.
We last heard the story of these four when they decided to set up camp in the White House.
About a month later, Columbus’s grief, as well as the patience of his surviving friend, the violent Talahasi was put to the test. In this situation, while the spectators are worried about Harrelson and the comic side of the story they patrol a mall to find the candles, Columbus meets Madison, a quirky, brainless character. Madison may be a dumb and blonde cartoon, but Madison brings her to life for the audience and makes the audience laugh.