Store Tags JNL is a collection of vintage-style store price tags that are great for a multitude of purposes. Print them with a color fill and overlay them on product photos in ad fliers. Enlarge them and print them out on card stock to create pre-printed tags, or print them out poster-size and use them for point-of-sale displays.
With my dingbats and your favorite software, you can create elegant web graphics in minutes! All these fonts were created with the web designer in mind.
Each font consists on 26 original shapes with endless possibilities: virtual jewelry, buttons, framing, interfaces, etc. For examples of what you can do with these fonts:
For our latest Master of Comic Book Art, Roarin' Rick Veitch, we've created a Brat Pack of fonts worthy of a Maximortal! This is The One! This will make your Heartburst! If you Can't Get No Rick Veitch between 1941 and 1963, wipe that Swamp Thing off America’s Best Greyshirt, because this font is nothing short of A Miracle, Man! It’s Epic!
Abraxas and the Earthman and your Army @ Love recommend it.
P22 Zaner is based on ornamental penmanship as taught by Charles Paxton Zaner at his art college at the turn of the 20th century.
The Zaner font set includes four unique fonts that complement the other fonts in the set. Each font is available in PostScript and TrueType formats as well as OpenType which offers even more characters, options and overall functionality.
Set options include PostScript and TrueType with a bonus set of extras and a “super” pro set containing over 3,000 characters. More…
This 12-font family employs several unique features including a 2-part Chisel set which allows for the look of stone incised lettering.
Hedonic has just a hint of a slab serif and even that is used so sparingly that it almost feels like a sans serif font. Its design does appear to be painfully simple but there are many interesting features including a selection of weights, small caps with old style numerals and display weights that make it very useful. And legible. The lower case small caps match the x height of the roman weights and the caps are 75% of the cap height – providing three different evenly weighted caps heights to take advantage of. Old style numerals are included with the small caps and italics. More…