Peanuts font

image of the official Peanuts font

Welcome to the Peanuts font! This typeface that looks closest to the Charlie Brown comic strip is a font of the same name that is simply called Peanuts. It was designed and created by the well-known and highly respected font author John K. Barrow. It contains a full set of upper, lower, numeric, and special characters. There is a total of 101 individual character glyphs in this ttf font file. It was produced using the Version Altsys Fontographer 4.1 application. It was released to the general public on the 4th of November 1999.

It font author has released the Peanuts font with a freeware license, so feel free to use it however you want and in any design capacity.

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About the Peanuts typeface

The first page you used to flip to in a Sunday newspaper is the comic section, and for fifty years from 1950 to 2000, Sunday comics were dominated by Peanuts. Created by Charles Schulz, this legendary comic strip featuring Charlie Brown and his lazy dog Snoopie was published in over 2,700 newspapers in seventy different countries, reaching hundreds of millions of readers. Exactly 17,897 four-panel comic strips were produced before Schulz’s death in 2000, and the popularity of the franchise led to numerous merchandise tie-ins and adaptions into other media.


Peanuts font generator

Use our free Peanuts font generator tool below to create your own custom design logo or image. Enter your text, select a font, choose a font size, and pick your favorite colors. Hit the Generate button and your logo/image is created and ready to download.


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