Ah, LT Anomaly, the typographic equivalent of that one friend who's both effortlessly stylish and a bit eccentric, brought to us by the whimsical digital pen of Nymphont. Picture this: each letter crafted with a hint of rebellion against the mundane, standing out in a crowd of Arial and Times New Roman like a peacock at a pigeon party. It's as if the font itself is whispering, "Dare to be different."
Imagine the curves and sways of its characters, like dancers lost in their own rhythm, yet perfectly in sync. It's a font that doesn't just spell words; it performs them, turning every sentence into a silent symphony. This isn't just typesetting; it's typographic choreography. The letters have a fluidity that's both graceful and slightly unpredictable – think of a stream of water that occasionally decides to leap up and sparkle in the sunlight, just because it can.
Using LT Anomaly is like dressing your words in haute couture; it's not just about making a statement, it's about making THE statement. This font lends itself to projects that aim to intrigue, enchant, and stand out. Whether it's the title of a mysterious novel, the header of an avant-garde website, or the logo of a boutique that sells dreams and moonlight, LT Anomaly ensures that your text is not just read, but remembered.
So next time you're about to embark on a digital design adventure, and you're browsing through your font library, looking for a companion that whispers tales of elegance with a hint of rebellion, remember LT Anomaly. After all, in a world full of serifs and sans, being an anomaly is exactly what makes something, or someone, unforgettable.
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This font, could use some adjustments to kerning and advance widths I know...

And a better name! Too plain to be considered an "anomaly," but I couldn't come up with anything else.

I think that's because I did not intend for it to *be* it's own font really,

it was just the base typeface for my Frail & Bedazzled (http://www.abstractfonts.com/font/14103). It's not my style to apply a "grunge" look to a pre-existing font, unless it is my *own* of course. I think that practice is not very authentic at all and would be boring!

At any rate, It's free for personal as well as commercial use, and will remain so regardless of future kerning fixes or name changes.


If I had any shame this font would be so embarrassing. Good thing I don't :) he he


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¿Como? Lo siento pero no hablo... tisglukt. :)


LT Anomaly


100% free
227 glyphs, 25 kerning pairs
LT Anomaly © Lauren Thompson, (Nymphont) 2008 All Rights Reserved.. LT Anomaly:Version 1.00. LT Anomaly. Version 1.00 June 12, 2009, initial release. LTAnomaly. Lauren Thompson, Nymphont. This font was created using FontCreator 5.6 from High-Logic.com. http://nymphont.blogspot.com. This font is free for personal and commercial use, however, selling or reselling this font itself is prohibeted, and derivitives and modifications are also prohibited. Email nymphont@yahoo.com for further details. Donations are always appreciated :). http://novelhunter.com.googlepages.com/nymphont.html
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