Criterion: New Font

Criterion is a classic Art Deco style font designed based on poster lettering samples from the 1920s. It has a strong, bold look and although it is all caps, it offers both a basic character set and an outline version for variety. The name comes from the name of the famously preserved and restored Art Deco style Criterion Theatre in Bar Harbor, Maine. It’s the kind of font which would have been used there in its heyday. If you like this style of font you should check out our Art Deco font collection for more in the same vein.

You can try the DEMO version of Criterion for free by registering. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24 online and download it right away.

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4 comments on “Criterion: New Font

  1. Bob Hendley

    When I clicked to sample Criterion I got a sample of Bosphoros.
    I wondered if the outline and solid versions match to use as a two-color combination.

  2. Anonymous

    The two versions do line up if you wanted to use one as a different colored outline for the other.  Fixed the link problem you mentioned.

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