This font was posted on 03 January 2017 and is called "Led 16 Segment 2 Italic" font. This font is in the italic style. You can find over 9010 other italic fonts on Fontsup. You can find more information about this below. If you have any cool fonts for us, log in and share them.
Copyright (c) 2015, (Rizki Alisaptamarza) (),
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