Anton font belongs to the condensed sans-serif category, designed by Vernon Adams. The structure is simplistic and the font design is rigorous and dignified. It comes with a single style with bold texture and is designed for larger displays, headers, or banners, but it can be used in more scenes.
Anton’s overall font is strong and long, and the sans serif design makes it look more concise. If Anton is used in the title, the effect will be very eye-catching.
Anton is a remake of a traditional sans-serif ad font. The letter shapes were digitized and then reconfigured for use as a web font. The font is optimized for use as a widescreen font in modern web browsers.
The Anton font is very similar to the Impact line that is integrated into the system. Freeman is often consulted by netizens about the copyright to the Impact font. In fact, Impact is not a free commercial font, but it is difficult to find the copyright owner of the Impact font. The appearance of the Anton font now makes up for this deficiency. Anton’s font can be used as a surrogate for Impact’s font, and the similarity between the two is more than 90%.
The latest update includes an extended character set to support full coverage of the African Latin alphabet and Vietnamese, as well as all Western, Central, and Southeast European languages. It also includes some fixes for character drawing, modification of spacing, and basic kerning.
This font allows personal and corporate use for free, including commercial use. However, this font cannot be sold separately.