Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu) Font
Kenshi Yonezu is a Japanese musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, and illustrator who began releasing Vocaloid music under the stage name Hachi (ハチ) in 2009. On November 1, 2017, he released his fourth studio album titled Bootleg. Here, the title on the album cover art resembles the ‘Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu)’ font named Futura Extra Bold Oblique.
A letter style based on this music song can help you create attractive headings and writings. You can create musical band posters, singer posters using these fonts. Furthermore, you can also use these fonts to create a poster of a tribute event for this music album and its singer. This is a regular type font with a unique typeface.
How to download and use Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu) Font ?
You can download Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu) Font from Font Sherlock. The site will redirect you to the front page where you will find the Character Map of ‘Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu) ‘ fonts. In order to understand the glyphs and typeface of these fonts, a character map can be very helpful. Also, you can use the “Preview” Feature to see the snapshot of the desired text on the fonts. Lastly, follow the steps below to download and install the fonts in your local system and use it :
- Click the “Download” Button below.
- The site will redirect you to Bootleg (Kenshi Yonezu) Fonts page.
- Click the Download button to get the zip file of the fonts.
- Extract the zip file.
- Install the fonts file and use it.