In the crowded urban environment, space for signage is always at a premium. From dumpy liquor stores to majestic theaters, sometimes signs have nowhere to go but up. Bungee is a font family that celebrates urban signage. It wrangles the Latin alphabet to work vertically as well as horizontally.
Thanks to support from Google and The Font Bureau, Bungee is released under the SIL Open Font License.
As a display superfamily, 5 variations are available:
Learn more about Bungee’s design in the digital specimen at djr.com/bungee
The Bungee project is led by David Jonathan Ross, a type designer based in the USA. To contribute, see github.com/djrrb/Bungee
David Jonathan Ross
David draws letters of all shapes and sizes for custom and retail typeface designs. He joined The Font Bureau in 2007, and his typeface designs include Manicotti , a Wild West slab; Turnip , a rugged book face; and Input , an extensive family designed for computer programming. David shares his love of letters through lectures and workshops, and co-curates a collection of cursive signage in Los Angeles.
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These fonts are licensed under the Open Font License .
You can use them freely in your products & projects - print or digital, commercial or otherwise. However, you can't sell the fonts on their own.
This isn't legal advice, please consider consulting a lawyer and see the full license for all details.