Legalize LA Font

About Legalize LA Font

Legalize LA font here refers to the font used in the logo of Legalize LA, which was an activist campaign promoting amnesty for undocumented immigrants launched by American Apparel.

The font used for the campaign logo is probably Cooper Black Italic designed by Oswald Bruce Cooper. The font is a commercial one and you can purchase and download it here.

Download Cooper Black Font

The Cooper Black font identified above is not available for free, please follow the link above and purchase a font license to download and use the font. Meanwhile, you can take a look at our collection of fonts for cars, pop music and apparel as well as round-ups of new & fresh fonts around the web.

Cooper Black Typeface in Use

In addition to Legalize LA, Cooper Black typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers etc., including: You Don’t Have to Be Jewish to Love Levy’s, Odd Future, Payless ShoeSource, Total Girl, Channel Orange, Christmas Vacation, Burlington Coat Factory, Key Club International, Goblin, Pet Sounds, Dear White People, Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat, Comfort Inn, Brothers, Colony House.

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