Takin’ Off is jazz pianist Herbie Hancock’s debut album, released by Blue Note Records in 1962. It features one of his best known compositions, “Watermelon Man”, which he would later remake in a funk-fusion vein on his 1973 Headhunters album.
The font used in this album is Trade Gothic font. You can make appealing headlines and texts by using a letter style based on this musical collection. These fonts can be used to make posters for singers and musical bands. Additionally, you can use these fonts to make a poster for a concert in honor of this music album.
How to download and use the Takin’ Off Font?
You can download this font from Font Sherlock. The site will redirect you to the front page where you will find the Character Map of this font. In order to understand the glyphs and typeface of this font, a character map can be beneficial. Also, you can use the “Preview” Feature to see the snapshot of the desired text on the font. Lastly, follow the steps below to download and install the font in your local system and use it :
- Click the “Download” button below.
- The page will redirect you to the Takin’ Off Font page.
- Click the Download button to get the zip file of the font.
- Extract the zip file.
- Install the font file and use it.