1 matchesI have been looking for a freeware version of "topstitch" or something like it for a looooooooooooong time.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
It needs to be a really flowy dashed script font for a banner for a client.
Thanks a million
2 matchesHi - I am looking for a font to create our photography exhibition invitations and posters - the exhibition is titled
"a thread - a web - a world"
and I want a font that looks like a thread or a piece of string. I have found "rope" and a couple of others, but it is not "flowy" enough...
I have also downloaded a few fonts from this site, but they don't seem to have any extension - just numbers eg: "12395" - how do I unlock and/or install these
Thanks in advance!
1 matchesI was wondering/hoping/looking to find a font that kind of looks like the handwriting that would have been used to write, for example, the Declaration of Independence? A late 1700s early 1800s style of handwriting, flowy and loopy-like. So if anyone knows of any font or fonts like that, that would be great, I'd love to see it...thanks in advance :)
1 matches[quote]@koeiekat: And why do these dreadful frakturs keep popping up?[/quote]
I know many bands (Radiohead, for one) have made their websites VERRRY fraktur-heavy. It seems to be a strong influence on t-shirt design at the moment too, i.e. flowy, dense lines, faded and distressed lettering. frakturs lend themselves to that.
Just my take. I've seen a lot of them lately.
edit to say: i must say I'm guilty of giving in to them once or twice!