Petale is my new elegant experimental typeface I'd love to present. At the beginning, I was intended to create a bold wide font, I started sketching options and came out with the letter 'M' design first. I thought it may be interesting and had continued developing the style with letters N, O, etc., spending hours on some letters to match the design and my vision. I liked how it looked (especially digits) and added different weighs. And it came out pretty stylish.You may like it to use in magazine designs, posters, websites, packaging, branding, logo, and so on. Petale can grant your work some graceful modern touch with a brutalist-feminine note.Works well with elegant and strict serif fonts. Also try to experiment with script fonts. I used my Stormy Youth font: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/lomohiber/stormy-youth and Bodoni 72 SmallcapsIf you have some issues or questions, please let me know: email@example.comHope you'll enjoy using Petale!Language support: Afrikaans, Albanian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian (Русский), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanisch, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian (Украинский), Zulu
Introducing our latest display typeface called Mentality A unique Fonts with vintage taste can make your logotype become more interesting. A bold script that will stands out from the crowd! Perfect to be used as logotype, badge and label!. inspired by the decorative arts and architecture movementMentality fonts is perfect for your project and allows you to create designs, headlines, posters, logos, badges, t-shirts and many more that are beautiful. It is also best used for posts, logos, posters, certificates, labels and more.What’s Included :Standard glyphsWeb FontMultilingual AccentWorks on PC & Mac , Simple installationsAccessible in the Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, even work on Microsoft Word. PUA Encoded Characters – Fully accessible without additional design software. Fonts include multilingual support
Metal Core is a set of strong and nervous fonts and perfect for lettering on vintage music (and not only for these) style labels, posters, t-shirts, logo etc. All available characters with sample designs you can see at the preview.
Horror Metal is a brush font with a bold weight font that’s perfect for any horror or metal designs! As its name suggests, Horror Metal is not a font for the faint-hearted. In fact, using this metal-style display font requires courage and bravery.
Introducing the Metal Pen script, a font that is very fresh and unique, handmade style. Metal Pen script is perfectly suited for logos, signatures, stationery, posters, apparel, branding, wedding invitations, cards, taglines, layout designs, and much more.
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Metal Cry is a font family that was inspired by countless hours spent playing video games, watching old movies or reading comic books. And even more hours closely analysing the design of all these things.
With firm roots in the groovy '60s and '70s — but with a modern twist — Lotus Petal is all whimsical and funky lines, coils, and curls. Just the right vibe for a vintage eye-catching banner headline or retro psychedelic poster graphics.
Ooh so soft, so curvaceous, so voluptuous and so swash-buckling. Hey, I'm talking ’bout Petals BF! Here’s a design inspired by the work of Dave West and infused with a plethora of pleasingly plump letterforms, with swashes reminiscent of 60s and 70s types. But here’s the twist: where you might typically expect to find ball terminals, you'll experience some sensuous curls; and some playful letterforms such as lowercase h, k, m, and n, may even call to mind that groovy look of ’60s bell-bottoms. Spread across its capitals and lowercase are swash variants for beginning, middle and ending letterforms —candy for your eyes.
Drawn with a thick marker, I present to you: Mental Duck! A loose and laid back comic book font, suitable for both comics, posters, products for children, toys ... in fact anything that needs a legible and handdrawn look. Comes in three different versions: Regular, Fill and Shadow. Mix them for great results!
Northern Petal is a casual script font with a touch of naturally connected handwritten feel. It is perfect for eye-catching branding projects, text overlay to any background, social media, wedding invitations, greeting cards and more.