What is the Cornelius font?
Cornelius is a playful hand-drawn font family designed by Daniel Bak (Artcity).
It is available in three handy weights: regular, bold and screaming. It contains international language accent marks and diacriticals, including Greek and Cyrillic in both OTF and TTF formats.
Font family name is inspired by the main male ape character from the 1968 science fiction film Planet of the Apes and Pierre Boulle novel of the same name. Boulle published his La Planète des singes in 1963, which was originally translated in 1964 as Monkey Planet by Xan Fielding, and later re-issued as Planet of the Apes. More…
Dr. Cornelius is a chimpanzee archaeologist and historian who appears in the original novel, and also the first three installments of the classic movie series, from the 1960s and 1970s. He was portrayed mainly by actor Roddy McDowall, but also by David Watson.
Cornelius Font families
The Cornelius includes the following font families:
- Cornelius Bold
- Cornelius Screaming
Here is a preview of how Cornelius will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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