Black Lives Matter Font


Digital Activation

My Role

Art Directing
Coding (HTML&CSS)

The Guardian (2021 May edition cover)

New York Daily News
Design Taxi
Communication Arts Magazine

MSN News

The Black Lives Matter font package (.otf) was created from BLM murals across the country.

We find it important for the movement to take action against the defacing of BLM murals and we think this is a positive way to do so.

The goal is to help make this message last forever by putting it into the digital world.

This font is free to use for anyone in the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Use it on your posters, stickers, and anywhere else you want to make your statement for racial justice.

Black Lives Matter Font 1

Washington, D.C.

Black Lives Matter Plaza NW,
Washington, D.C. 20006

The first city-sanctioned Black Lives Matter mural. This is the original font created, and what started the idea for this font project. It has bold and beautiful characters meant to show the strength of the message that is given.

Black Lives Matter Font 2

Staten Island, NY

Borough Hall and the 120 Precinct,
Staten Island, NY 10301

This font is the most unique looking of the bunch. The indentation on the road created a robust line in the mural, which shows up in the font itself. A bold look that shows the division of thought in our country.

Download (25,951)

Black Lives Matter Font 3

Martinez, CA

725 Court St,
Martinez, CA 94553

After the mural in Martinez was vandalized we knew we had to make this font. Having the mural live forever in the digital world was our way of preserving this message for the community. This font boasts with pride with its height and power.

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Black Lives Matter Font 4

Oakland, CA

15th Street,
Oakland, CA
This mural is closest to home. Literally. A wider version of the original, it shows the strength of the message with big, pronounced letters.

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The Guardian Weekly Cover,
May 2021 BLM Edition

Oakland Font

Fonts in use

Worked with 
Cody Turk (Copywriter)