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The damage is done.

Sleep tight.

You are all I long for.

You think you've seen the sun...

Latin-ised version of cyrillic stencil lettering from 1930's/40's.

Oooh. Creepy.

One of my all-time favorite fonts, and a frequent compliment-grabber. I'm sure it's not just because of the name either.

Inspired by the old Mac system font Chicago. Although it was originally designed for bitmap use on-screen, it's suprising how often it is used in print and online graphics. Problem is, nothing really goes with it.

This is adapted from the hand-lettered opening titles of the film "It's a Wonderful Life." The turning pages resemble a Christmas card, which was the origin of the "IAWL" story. The font combines a "versal" or "lombardic" cap with blackletter lowercase. Includes limited punctuation, Roman numerals I-XII, and accented lowercase characters

Straight out of a Dan X. Solo book, name and all. It was that lowercase g that made me love this font. Use it for all your extra-condensed woodtype needs. Includes caps, lowercase, modest punctuation, and numbers.

Adapted from an early 60s magnetic-ink font of the same name. According to my source, Lewis Blackwell's Twentieth-Century Type, the designers are unknown. "It found very little demand since its crude methods of character recognition were so soon superceded." I have since learned that this font is still in use (on checks in Europe) and that I had missed 5 symbol characters. Those have been added at the { } [ ] and | positions. It has not been my intent that this font be used to create actual machine-readable documents, but to simulate the look of that. Includes original caps and numbers as illustrated, supplemented with a few characters made along the same rules. Someone should make a solid version to use behind the stripes. Or the stripes in between. Or change the weight or width or....

Inspired by the logo of Country Music Television. Clicking past this cable channel, I was attracted to its logo and set out to make a font that would allow you to type anything with that back-and-forth-within-blocks look.First I had to make the basic font used because I couldn't match the C M & T. Then I created two fonts: the Negative (above) with white letters, and the Positive (below) with black letters, each with black outlines. In both fonts the uppercase letters are turned to the left, and the lowercase to the right, So YoU hAvE tO tYpE lIkE tHiS tO gEt tHe RiGhT eFeEcT. The fonts can be used separately, or together layered. Includes only the 26 letters.

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