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Random information on the term “ERAS”:
Eras is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Albert Boton (b. April 17, 1932, Paris) and Albert Hollenstein (b. 1930, Lucerne, d. 1974), and released by the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) in 1976. Eras is licensed by the Linotype type foundry.
A distinct and curious feature of Eras is its slight, 3-degree right tilt. Eras follows ITC’s formulary of increased x-height, and multiple weights from light to ultra bold, though because all weights are slightly slanted, no italic version of the font is supplied. Eras is further distinct for its open bowls on the characters a, P, R, 6, and 9. The letter W changes shape from a merged ‘double V’ shape in the lighter variants to the standard W symbol in the bolder variants.
The typeface has been widely used by Telecom Italia Mobile as a corporate typeface TIM stopped use of Eras in 2016. It was also used in the emblem and image of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, in the credits for the movie Caddyshackand in the video games Tekken Tag Tournament, Jet Ion GP and Championship Manager 01/02. The American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network used the font in its on-air promotion graphics during the early to mid-1980s. A modified version of the font can be seen on the cover of Motörhead’s 1981 album No Sleep ’til Hammersmith.