Tag: shocard

Filmotype Carmen Font

Introduced by Filmotype in 1955, Carmen with its unique personality joined Filmotype’s Casuals category with its own unique flair With it’s slanted brush and speedy informal nature, It retains the mid-century playfulness of sho-card lettering while providing readability Filmotype Carmen

Rochester Pro Font

On the town with the latest sensation they call Rochester! This dapper fresh face is dressed to the nines and ready for action! Inspired by elegant calligraphic forms from the early age of Victorian and Art Deco, Rochester is the

Skranji Font

Like the call of Ricola being yodelled from the top of the Swiss Alps from a satisfied customer, Skranji soothes as it relieves all your design aches. Both primitive and exotic at the same time, Skranji evokes the thunder of

Griffy Pro Font

He’s one cool customer with that crazy casual beatnik outfit, a long silky goatee and a touch of spooky just to give you the creeps… They call him Griffy! Dig this fun and wacky hip new font from Squid and