Panda Font: WWF Japan Creates Font To Raise Awareness of the Endangered Animals

There are only 1,864 giant pandas now alive in the wild, according to the latest census in 2014. This number, believe it or not, represents a success story; it’s an improvement from the approximately 1,000 giant pandas living in the wild in the late 1970s. Still, this beautiful wild animal remains critically endangered.

To raise awareness for giant pandas and encourage people to donate to their panda fundraising campaign, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Japan launched “The Panda Font Project.” In collaboration with Ogilvy & Mather Japan, it created a panda-themed font that features adorable, stylized panda heads around black letters of the alphabet. It’s a clever and creative way to spread the word about pandas and their need for protection.

Use this font to get the world talking about panda conservation!





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