Pirates Of The Caribbean font

image of the official Pirates Of The Caribbean font

The Pirates of the Caribbean font that most closely resembles the main logo that was used in the original Hollywood movie, is a typeface by the name of Pieces Of Eight. This gothic style font was created by Steve Ferrera and first released to the general public as a freeware font in 2007. It was updated and re-released in May of 2010 to include European characters.

Another popular option is a font that is simply known by the name of Caribbean. The strokes on this typeface are slightly thicker giving it a stronger appearance. For your convenience we have packaged both of these fonts (Caribbean.ttf and Pieces-of-Eight.ttf) into a single zip file which you can download for free below:

About the Pirates of the Caribbean movie & Logo Lettering

Pirates of the Caribbean is a movie franchise created by Walt Disney. The plot of the story revolves around an 18th-century pirate named Captain Jack Sparrow. The theme originated as a park attraction in Disneyland in 1967. In 2003, the first franchise of the movie The Curse of the Black Pearl was released. The movie series is among the top-grossing movies of all time. As a whole, the franchise has garnered over $4.5 billion in profits worldwide as of 2019.


Pirates Of The Caribbean font generator

As Johnny Depp famously once said as Jack Sparrow “Wherever we want to go, we'll go.”. The same is true with these fonts, they will help you create a special pirate-themed image. Enter your text, choose a font, nominate the colors that best suit your design, then smash that Generate button. Boom! Your image is ready for you to download and use.


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