1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 17, 2017 1:21 PM by Per Berntsen

    Using Photoshop Text for Logo?




      I really like the font Athelas, this font came with my CS5 product license. I would like to use this font for the word : LUXE , which would be our logo.

      Am I permitted to use this font as is for a logo to be placed on products such as a watch or T-Shirt then sell those products to customers? I believe this is considered

      a commercial license.

        • 1. Re: Using Photoshop Text for Logo?
          Per Berntsen Adobe Community Professional

          You can use fonts that came with CS5 freely for logos and other commercial work.

          But Athelas is not an Adobe font (it is a Type Together font), and I'm pretty sure it was never bundled with Photoshop.

          Assuming that you have a license for it, see the EULA here: http://www.type-together.com/resources/eula/TT-EULA.pdf

          It is however available through Typekit at no extra cost if you have a Creative Cloud subscription.

          Be aware that Typekit fonts cannot be accessed like normal fonts on your computer, they are hidden. So you can't send a Typekit font along with the document to a printer. You either have to make a pdf, which will embed the font, or if the printer has a CC subscription, you could send the original document.


          Other than that, from what I've read, you may be better off making the logo in Illustrator.

          I don't use Photoshop for text, neither do I use Illustrator, so I can't give you any more advice. For all I know, using Photoshop for this logo might be OK.

          Let's hope somebody else chimes in.

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