I do a lot of taller, narrower handwriting fonts; this time around, I was inspired to make a wider, shorter handwriting font! MUGGSY has everything you expect from one of my fonts: clean and smooth curves, a full set of alternates, and a feeling of fun!... Read More
This typewriter-style font was all drawn by hand, then cleaned up so it will both print and cut well. And to make things even more fun, I drew a set of almost 100 bonus items: doodles, shapes, squiggles, swirls, arrows, and catchwords of "and" and "the". They're included in SVG and EPS formats.... Read More
Berryfield started as an experiment: making a font entirely out of geometric shapes. It started with a couple of circles and a couple of rectangles, and was constructed entirely from those parts, and parts made from those parts!... Read More
I've been thinking for a while about making a serif font with ball terminals: big fun round ends to the letters anywhere I can squeeze them in. So I made Breakfast Pastry! I started with a hand-drawn set of basic letters, then went hog-wild making alternates and ligatures galore with fun swirls, curls, and even more balls. TONS OF BALLS!... Read More
Have you ever been drawing out the letters for a font, then you start making some multi-letter ligatures? Then you think up some more to make, and you make those too? And you keep making them, until you have over a hundred of them?
No? Just me?... Read More
Around a year ago, I put out a font called United Scripts, in which each key you typed on your keyboard would produce not just a letter, but the full hand-lettered name of a U.S. state. Almost immediately, I had folks asking if I had a font I'd made those state names with, or if I was going to develop a font with that style of lettering. To which the answers have been: not yet, and maybe. Well, the big day has arrived! ALLEGORY is a font created with the same brush as United Scr... Read More
The concept of breaking bread is an old one, often meaning two parties working together. In the Breaking Bread font, I've combined that heavy connecting script with a hand-lettered sans-serif uppercase set. It works in all lowercase, all uppercase, and title case with equal ease!... Read More
Cheesy Grits is a fun, fat, blobby font that's perfect for logos, branding, packaging, crafts, and tons of other projects. It has two uppercase sets for variety, plus a few additional double-letter ligatures and alternates.... Read More
I like almost all citrus, but I gotta be honest — lemons are by far my favorite. After wanting one for over 20 years, I recently got my very own lemon tree, so I'm celebrating by naming a font PUCKERY TART!... Read More
I had a totally different name assigned to this font at first. Then, while drifting off to sleep one night during the creation process, my sleepy brain said, "You know, BLORP would be a great name to go with these letter shapes." Normally when I have those half-asleep ideas and look at them in the morning, they make no sense. But I decided to make a sample image for BLORP, and it turns out I really like it!... Read More
Mystical Woods is a script and caps font duo. I went back to the basics for this one -- ink and a brush on paper. I cleaned up the letters enough so that there are no jagged edges, but left enough of the character to keep that inky look -- those are the Rough fonts. Then I went back through again and cleaned the heck out of them, making every line and curve smooth for our cut-crafting friends -- those are the Smooth fonts.... Read More
Uncle Grump is based on one of the styles people want the most when I'm doing hand-lettered projects. It's heavy and bold, but rounded on the corners and has a fun hand-drawn feel. It's great for all your kid-related projects, but can also fit with a grown-up vibe.... Read More
Bloomdings is a dingbat font all about modern abstract flowers. It includes over 50 completed flowers and floral elements, plus even more individual parts so you can mix and match to create the perfect flowers for your project!... Read More
They're heads. They're kooky. They're Kookyheads! I've drawn a set of doodle heads with a variety of expressions, plus some bonus blank heads and feature sets. Use the heads as-is, or type out the parts you need, expand/release/ungroup, then you can mix and match features from all of the heads and spare parts!... Read More
I'll admit right off the bat here -- I've never been to a barn dance. I don't even know if they still do barn dances, or if that's something out of the musical Oklahoma! or something. But this font gave me kind of a homey, rustic feel, so the name felt right!... Read More
Meet Mr. Stretch and Mr. Stout, two gallant fonts ready to help you out with all of your font projects.
They're two complete fonts written with the same pen, built to work well together. One tall and slender, the other short and sturdy, they stand beautifully on their own, but can also pair well with tons of other fonts! You can even switch back and forth between the two within the same word for a funky look.... Read More
Introducing Terrapin! I named this after listening to a song called "Terrapin on a Tightrope." Considering the fact that a terrapin is a kind of turtle, it makes that song title seem pretty harrowing!... Read More
I'll often post a picture of my outgoing tax payment envelopes as a reminder to quarterly-paying friends that yet another deadline is near. And more than one person has commented that I should make a font out of the handwriting I use on outgoing mail.
So, here it is! This is very close to my actual handwriting, especially when I'm addressing an envelope. I use all-caps, but I use taller caps as the "uppercase" and shorter caps as the "lowercase."... Read More
Trillian started out in just one size. Then I got into a discussion about how it makes font designers sad when people stretch their fonts taller, or squash their fonts shorter, because it makes the horizontal strokes off-balance.
So I said to myself, "Self, why don't you make a couple of additional heights of Trillian? So if people want it a little taller or shorter, they have it already in hand?"... Read More
Benji is a thick, bold, hand-crafted font great for products, branding, crafts, and so much more! The characters are all based on the same square shape, so they can stack vertically just as well as they can be typed horizontally. Just turn off the built-in kerning, and you have a great monospaced font!... Read More
Introducing UNITED SCRIPTS, a font made up of hand-written words instead of letters!
Every letter key you press will give you a unique hand-lettered name of a U.S. state. And the number keys and punctuation contain supporting phrases, so you can create a full hand-lettered design by pressing just a couple of keys!... Read More
Introducing Saboteur! I went old-school with this font, creating the letters with ink and paper. I used a folded pen, which is one of my favorite lettering tools.
Despite being a true ink-brush font, Saboteur is still craft-friendly! The letters are all solid -- no internal areas to weed out. And the edges have been smoothed and refined just enough to make the letters easy to cut out, while still retaining some of their original rough character.... Read More
Introducing Succulent, a new hand-lettered font! This double-uppercase, tall and skinny font has a fun bounce -- perfect for cute, fun, all-ages projects!
You'll also get Succulent Catchwords -- a set of small words like THE, AND, OF, and many more. And they aren't just in English -- there are also catchwords in Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese!... Read More
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