Learn about the unique font used for the text in the movie, “The Grinch.” Download the font for free here.
It’s the season of giving, and what better way to show your holiday cheer than by using the same font as the grumpy ol’ Grinch himself? The font, designed by Curtis Clark, was used for the text in the 2000 live action film, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
While the font is free to download, it is not to be used for commercial purposes. So whilst you can use it to add a touch of Grinch-y mischief to your Christmas cards, you can’t use it to sell them.
The font is available in both regular and bold versions, and includes all the numbers and special characters you need to recreate the look of the film title. So if you’re looking to add a bit of Grinch to your holiday this year, look no further than this free font download. Grinch is a thin lettered, dainty and tall serif font. Whatever the topic, this font will be a wonderful asset to your font library, as it has the potential to enhance any creation.
Grinch Font Download is designed by a famous art developer andikastudio. And have been loved and marked favourite by 46X. Adding this font in your personal fonts library is really a great decision.
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