“got milk?” is one of the most successful advertising campaigns since 90s. You can download very similar fonts as used in this ad in this page. As the phrase suggests the main goal of the campaign was to increase cow’s milk consumption. The font which was used to right the catch phrase is a very elegant and narrow sans serif known as Phenix American. This font is copyrighted and can be purchased for $29 from here.
But, you do not necessarily need to pay. There are typefaces which are very close to Phenix American and can be downloaded for free. Have a look on the flowing figure which shows “got milk?” original ad alongside the same phrase with similar fonts:
CGPhenixAmerican is a version of Phenix American which is widely available online for free. The characters used in the ad are basically the same, so if you want results very close to the original download this font from the bottom of this page.
Borzoi is another sans-serif very close to Phenix American. The spacing between the characters is less than it though.
Institution can fit in the same category of typefaces, but as you can see does not exactly match the “got milk?” phrase.
You can download the typefaces from the following links:
Please note that , to the best of our knowledge, CGPhenixAmerican font can be used for personal use free of charge. If you decide to use it, you should make sure you have the sufficient rights to do so. Phenix American is a trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc.
If you want to find other fonts used in famous logos such as One Direction, Coca Cola, Walt Disney, Yahoo, Facebook, and Harry Potter make sure to see the corresponding page on our website.
Fonts very close to famous fonts such as Avenir is also offered on our website.