Rocky

40 Styles

For years Matthew Carter wondered why no Latins with Bodoni proportions had been developed, or why no Bodonis had Latin serifs. He solved his problem by drawing Rocky Regular and Bold with italics to fill the gap, then expanded the family with the aid of Richard Lipton. In publications, they provide a sharp spot of typographic “color” as signature headletter series for Roger Black’s redesign of the Rocky Mountain News; FB 2008

Webtype
Rocky is also available for online use with @font-face through the Webtype hosted font service.

Among other uses, Rocky is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book and Custom use.



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 Rocky Compressed - Light

 Rocky Compressed - Light Italic

 Rocky Compressed - Regular

 Rocky Compressed - Regular Italic

 Rocky Compressed - Medium

 Rocky Compressed - Medium Italic

 Rocky Compressed - Bold

 Rocky Compressed - Bold Italic

 Rocky Compressed - Black

 Rocky Compressed - Black Italic

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Light

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Light Italic

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Regular

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Regular Italic

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Medium

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Medium Italic

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Bold

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Bold Italic

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Black

 Rocky Extra Condensed - Black Italic

 Rocky Condensed - Light

 Rocky Condensed - Light Italic

 Rocky Condensed - Regular

 Rocky Condensed - Regular Italic

 Rocky Condensed - Medium

 Rocky Condensed - Medium Italic

 Rocky Condensed - Bold

 Rocky Condensed - Bold Italic

 Rocky Condensed - Black

 Rocky Condensed - Black Italic

 Rocky - Light

 Rocky - Light Italic

 Rocky - Regular

 Rocky - Regular Italic

 Rocky - Medium

 Rocky - Medium Italic

 Rocky - Bold

 Rocky - Bold Italic

 Rocky - Black

 Rocky - Black Italic

Similar Fonts
· Whitman Display

Compatible Fonts
· ITC Franklin

Related People
· Matthew Carter

Related Galleries
· Rocky Mountain News
· Wisconsin State Journal