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FRANCHISE is a powerful new display typeface meant to communicate your message quickly and with power. The characters were meticulously drawn to achieve a unifomity without compromising style. Franchise is just as much at home on the front of a donut shoppe as it is on the scoreboard at a football stadium. The face was created & kerned by someone who deals with type every day, so with Franchise, you wont be spending all day fixing the space between As and Ys. Happy Typesetting!

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Update: The full family – with extended characters – is available at Weathersbee Type, consisting of Light, Regular & Bold.

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I'd like to see what people do with the typeface, so here I will be collecting images of the Franchise typeface in action. If you've used the typeface on anything, please send me an image or two or direct me to where i can find it.


I'm still offering the original version of Franchise Bold as a pay-what-you-want download. If you find value in the typeface, please express your appreciation by paying an amount closer to the retail value below or through a purchase at Weathersbee Type, as typeface design is quite a time-consuming endeavor.

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Folks have been asking about the licensing of the font, so I thought I'd clarify the license here. Basically, the font can be used on anything (almost)...commercial or personal. You may embed the font in software and/or link to it via @font-face. As long as you don't alter it a little and then try and sell it, I'm good. If you want to see the official license, click here. Note that there are restrictions on using the font in film/television, logo/branding usage (only if you are a huge company: see my reasoning at Weathersbee Type), and alphabet or customizable products. Custom licenses can be obtained for these usages.

Pay-What-You-Want License View the official License Here.

Though the font is now pay-what-you-want rather than completely free, a similar license applies, with a few restrictions added and except for the portions that said "no payment is required" or similar.


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