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Hollyhock font

Hollyhock

Hollyhock is a contemporary, apparently untidy handmade font created by Angie Baldelomar and published by Angie Makes. Inspired by a tall plant with a stout stem and very large colored flowers, Hollyhock is characterized by tall vertical parts of letters and a seemingly careless appearance. It comprises two collections of capital letters, one lively selection and a more moderate one. By means of Open type features, that include contextual alternates, fractions, ordinals, discretionary ligatures, and swashes, you can create any type of graphic design in web, print or posters. Hollyhock Ornaments option helps you access the swashes and doodles more easily.


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Bemol font

Bemol

Bemol is a look espressive font created by Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero and published by Andinistas that has handmade irregularity in more than 1300 characters. This handwritten font is suitable for any kind of projects. If you are looking for a typeface that looks like a natural writing on texture paper, now you find it!
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Marker Aid font

Marker Aid

Marker Aid is a sans-serif typeface created by Ricardo Marcin together with Erica Jung and published by PintassilgoPrints that comes in 4 glyphs for each letter and contextual alternates features automagically substitute them. This font looks like a dry marker and contains a lot of details, stylistic alternates and ornaments. Enjoy!
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Harman font

Harman

Harman is a multi-style script typeface created by Ahmet Altun and published by Ahmet Altun. Completely handmade and designed with an intriguing blend (spelled Harman in Turkish, hence his name) of styles, Harman comes with a seven very different fonts that complement each other in a beautiful way. Enjoy another great font family from Ahmet!
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Beauty Script font

Beauty Script

Beauty Script is an handwitten, calligraphic typeface created by Juan Sebastian Rincon together with Manuel Eduardo Corradine and published by Corradine Fonts that has a modern look, a subtile wavy rhythm and it can be use for headline, media, fashion, greetings, invitation, wedding, romantic projects. This font comes with a Standard set and Alternative set waiting to be explored!
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Chimphand font

Chimphand

Chimphand is an organic “imperfect” script type created by Motoki Higa and published by One Fonty Day. Featuring a subtle stencil design with carefully designed spaces, Chimphand comes as a versatile tall hand drawn font, making it perfect for almost any purpose. A perfect … imperfect hand!
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Felt Noisy font

Felt Noisy

Felt Noisy is created by Ricardo MarcinErica Jung and published by PintassilgoPrints. Displaying an apparently careless look, Felt Noisy creates a spontaneous image, makes characters meaningful and adds flavour to your design applications. It includes two stylish fonts that can be used for a wide array of projects.


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Rollerscript font

Rollerscript

Rollerscript is an handwritten typeface created by Nick Cooke and published by G-Type that was inspired by slipping a roller pen on paper. With a natural effect on hand using a roller pen you can take a toll o your projects. It has two styles to choose Rough an Smooth and is perfect for invitation, card, magazine, notes, signature, personal things.
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PiS Malefiz font

PiS Malefiz

PiS Malefiz is an hand drawn typeface created by Hannes Siengalewicz and published by PiS that was inspired by old german game “Malefiz”. This font comes in 5 weights Thin, Regular, Bold, Fat and Sketchy that can be combined and use’it to display, poster, game.
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Tobu font

Tobu

Tobu is an handwriting typeface created by David Kerkhoff and published by Hanoded that doesn’t have a baseline but it can be used for fun projects.
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