Rotten Tomatoes Font

About Rotten Tomatoes Font

Rotten Tomatoes is a film-related website launched in 1998 and devoted to film reviews and news and information about films.

The logo of Rotten Tomatoes above was probably designed based on Ad Lib designed by Freeman Craw. Ad Lib is a commercial typeface and you can view more details about it here.

Update: The film review website updated their logo in March 2018. The new logo and the visual brand identity was created by Emily Oberman and the team at Pentagram. The new logo has adopted a different color and a new type, which is cleaner and more stable while the redesigned splat icon and the tomato icon remained in the logo.

Rotten Tomatoes Logo (2018 – present)

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