Don’t Mess with Texas Font

About Don’t Mess with Texas Font

Don’t Mess with Texas is a statewide advertising campaign started in 1986 with the intention of reducing littering on Texas roadway. The phrase was prominently shown on road signs on major highways, television, radio and in print advertisements.

The text in the logo was probably designed using ITC Cheltenham Condensed Book. The font is a commercial one and you can view more details about it here.

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Cheltenham Typeface in Use

In addition to Don’t Mess with Texas, Cheltenham typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers etc., including: Bill Cunningham New York, Florida’s Natural, Grey’s Anatomy, Keeping Up Appearances, Crazy on the Outside, Johnsonville, Celebration, University of Lethbridge, Coat of Many Colors, Orchard, Still Walking, Akai, Out of Step, Pillsbury, L.L.Bean.

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