The fonts used inside of Sports Illustrated are "Antenna," "Quiosco," "Farnham" and "Receiver." The title font used on the cover is copyrighted, custom made and not commercially available.Continue Reading
Impact is the only commercially available font similar to the one used for the title of Sports Illustrated. The "Impact" font is available through Microsoft, and is built into many versions of Microsoft Word.
The other fonts used in the magazine can be downloaded for commercial use. For their annual Swimsuit Issue, the magazine cover has featured the "Lato" font, the "Reina" font, and custom lettering. The font used for the Swimsuit Issue cover varies each year.Learn more about Magazines & Newspapers
Fourteen models appeared on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition more than once, as of 2015. Nine of these models made two appearances on the cover, and the magazine featured four of the models on the cover three times.Full Answer >
While there is no industry standard type font for newspapers, some of the most popular fonts used in newspaper publication include Poynter, Franklin Gothic and Helvetica. Other common choices are Utopia, Times and Century Old Style.Full Answer >
Sports Illustrated Kids provides kid-friendly information on sports and athletes as well as stories about kids and teenagers doing noteworthy things. As seen on its website, SIKids.com, the coverage tends to focus on American professional sports such as the NBA, NFL and MLB, but covers some international competitions too.Full Answer >
The Vogue title on the magazine cover is a modified version of Didot, a font licensed by Linotype. The sans-serif body text used on Vogue Magazine covers is Vogue AG, a custom font created for Vogue by Terminal Design Group.Full Answer >