Eclipse Mints Font

About Eclipse Mints Font

eclipse logo font

Eclipse is a brand of chewing gum and breath mint, first introduced in the U.S. by the Wrigley Company in 1999. Eclipse mints are sold in Canada under the name Excel, and in many other countries including United States under the name Eclipse mints.

The font used for the brand logo above is very similar to Weidemann Black Italic. The Weidemann typeface’s original name was Biblica, which was designed for the collaborative publication of a Bible by the German Catholic and Protestant Churches.

The typeface was designed to allow many characters to fit into one line without rendering the words illegible, yet its elegant and inscribed look makes it a good choice for headlines and logos as well.

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