Download the Planet Of The Apes font by Film Himmel - Jens R. Ziehn. The Planet Of The Apes font has been downloaded 80,192 times.
The film has spawned several sequels, of which the original sequels include Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes and Battle for the Planet of the Apes. The font used in the poster title for the film is a similar to a font named Planet of the Apes, which was created by Jens R. Ziehn.
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Oct 05, 2007 · Free download of Planet of the Apes Font. Released in 2004 by Filmfonts and licensed for personal-use only
Download free planet of the apes font, view its character map and generate text-based images or logos with planet of the apes font online.
Planet Of The Apes Font is a fancy movie font that comes with elegant fine texture. Jens R. Ziehn took the charge of designing and releasing it for the first time. It has an elegant bold texture created by the designer with solid strokes. And for creating it he took inspiration from the Planet Of The Apes movie poster.
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Planet of the Apes font. Planet of the Apes TrueType Freeware. Planet Of The Apes.ttf. Download @font-face.
Planet Of The Apes by Jens R. Ziehn. A font based on the title logo from the movie Planet Of The Apes.
For Windows 7 / Vista users: - Right-click the Planet of the Apes font file (s) and choose "Install". For users of the previous Windows versions: - Copy Planet of the Apes font & pest into a default Windows font folder (usually C:\WINDOWS\FONTS or C:\WINNT\FONTS) For Mac users: Mac OS X 10.3 or above (including the FontBook)
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