Waukegan LDO Font

by Luke Owens

Updated
Eurostile

12 font family styles

Regular Style

Waukegan LDO
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Black Regular Style

Waukegan LDO Black
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Black Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Black Oblique
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Bold Style

Waukegan LDO Bold
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Bold Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Bold Oblique
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Regular Style

Waukegan LDO Extended
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Black Regular Style

Waukegan LDO Extended Black
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Black Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Extended Black Oblique
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Bold Style

Waukegan LDO Extended Bold
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Bold Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Extended Bold Oblique
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Extended Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Extended Oblique
truetype 227 glyphs 230 characters

Oblique Style

Waukegan LDO Oblique
truetype 228 glyphs 230 characters
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    About Waukegan LDO Font

    Waukegan LDO is based on Eurostile, which is in turn based on Microgramma.

    This version has looser metrics in the extended faces, giving a more open feel to the font and making it more appropriate for modern display advertising, while retaining a tighter set of metrics for the text variations.

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    Lance De Castro
    fontsarethebest77
    almost 10 years ago

    I'm not making you angry, but, why doesn't the
    Q have the other part of the stroke outside the O? It's okay in Calibri, since the other part of the stroke is missing in the inside...

    Lance De Castro
    fontsarethebest77
    almost 10 years ago

    well, i'll download it now!
    12-19-2010

    Angelsfan4life
    7 years ago

    used for a contest on 99designs

    FreeWilly
    7 years ago

    Correct me if I'm wrong but to me it looks like many letters of the bold and italic variants have just been automatically thickened/slanted. That much everyone can do by him-/herself without downloading an extra font.
    (No offense intended)

    danifellis
    5 years ago

    This is just a knockoff of the Eurostile font.

    danifellis
    5 years ago

    @FreeWilly You are not wrong.