28 Days Later Font

28 Days Later Font was created using the lettering from the typical advertising and titling used in the movie following the inspiration of the title sequence of the iconic horror film 28 Days Later by Danny Boyle and released April 23, 2019, designed by Jens R. Ziehn. The typeface is named after the movie’s post-apocalyptic setting in which a virus outbreak causes people to become relentlessly violent zombie-like creatures in only 28 days.

This is a perfect match for some messy spray-paint letters on the wall. The irregularity of strokes and jagged edges is just on point for the gritty atmosphere of the movie. The distressed style used within this font only adds to their authenticity and rawness. They are perfect for placement in horror-themed designs and all kinds of dystopian or edgy projects.

28 Days Later Font Family

  • 28 Days Later Regular

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DesignerJens R. Ziehn
LicenseFree For Personal Use

What stands out most about the “28 Days Later” font is its versatility. Although it is very grunge, the font is available in many weights and styles; the level of grunge is often able to be placed under the control of the designer, which sets the stage for a theatrical and cinematic touch on just about anything the font is used for, particularly movie posters, Halloween invitations, or thematic websites.

The “28 Days Later” font is aesthetic and very practical. The perfect words chosen to put in place, the letterforms and the distressed look matching it, and the adequate space in between will let the message get properly sent out to the audience. It is recommended for headlines, titles, and text elements that are high in significance since it is bold and calls for attention.

In general, the font of “28 Days Later” offers a different but effective alternative for artists looking at horror and intensity in their projects. The dirty look about it indeed gives it an edge in most uses that require a call for urgency and danger in projects. Its uses are on film posters, event promotions, or even the worst-case scenario of creative projects.

I hope you love using this font as much as I do! If you need help installing fonts, check out these guides: Microsoft’s article for Windows users and Apple’s article for Mac users.

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