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Twitter Logo Font Revealed

Twitter Logo Font

There has been quite a bit of talk going around among designers what font Twitter uses in there logo. Some have their own opinion that it’s custom made, some say it’s a rather common font that has been slightly modified. Some of you might know it already and some might now. However, we will now reveal to you what the font really is.

The font used in the Twitter logo is actually “PICO Alphabet “. A rather fun and playful font that always reminds me of some Japaneese cartoon movie title or something. Maybe it’s because it is a cartoon gracing the full alphabet showcase.

It’s created by “Maniackers Design” and its downloadable right HERE

Maybe now some designers don’t have to go through the time consuming work to custom make the logo by deforming and modify another similar font.

Pico Font Showcase


One Comment

Design Guy

August 6th, 2013

This is NOT the twitter logo font standard. It still requires modification. Look at your lowercase “e”. There is also no difference between the capital “T” and the lowercase “t” which is very clear in the actual Twitter logo.


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