ITC Bolt supports up to 0 different languages such as in scripts.
Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.
ITC Bolt comes in one robust weight and was designed by Ronne Boner and Tom Carnase in 1970. Its figures are consistently based on a rectangular shape although some details break up the otherwise conscious monotony. The cross strokes of the a, e and s are markedly thin and many figures have rounded beginning and end strokes, giving them a more reserved look in relation to their neighboring letters. The strong ITC Bolt speaks the language of the modern industrial age with its mechanical forms. Due to the robustness of its lines, ITC Bolt is meant exclusively for use in headlines