Monograms Software

  • The fourth set of my popular monograms fonts, this one lets you make 2 letter monograms in the angular, intersecting "college team" style. The set of four fonts includes all solid, all outlines, and two mixtures, as seen in the third and fourth. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
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  • BLOCKOGRAMS is a set of five fonts for easily creating unique 3-letter cube-shaped monograms. The animation above shows the combinations of white and black faces contained in the set of. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • ALSACE-LORRAINE is an experiment. My idea was to combine aspects of a vertical French script and a German fraktur. For the most part, the top is the German and the bottom is the French. A font "mash-up" before that word was coined. Named for the. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • BARBECUE was inspired by the font BARB, illustrated in the great Dan X. Solo books from Dover. (Its in "100 Ornamental Alphabets" and in the "theme, topical" section of the "Solotype Catalog.") Other than that, I know nothing about Barb. To me, it. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • CANTABILE began as a "modern," Bodoni, or Didot style. I removed serifs and added balls along the lines of a sort of upright, swash italic. I was thinking Postmodern, but its more fun than that, vaguely musical. Hence the name, which has four. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • CARMEN CAPS is my digital interpretation of an Art Nouveau font of the same name, as illustrated in the Dan X. Solo books. The swirly backgrounds have great detail, use big as drop caps! Ive also created "inside" and "outside" fonts that can be. ...

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • CATTLE ANNIE is my unauthorized digital interpretation of the analog font "Les Catalanes." According to ABZ: More alphabets and other signs by Rothenstein and Gooding, it was designed n 1952 by Enric Crous-Vidal (1908-1987) but was never produced.

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    • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • DENNEY ONE and DENNEY TWO are based on the handlettering found on a number of greeting cards produced by the Barker Greeting Card Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, circa 1969-1974. I had guessed these were the work of Paul Coker, but I have learned this style. ...

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  • The FOAM fonts began as variations of my Oblique Text fonts. I started over, rounding and reducing the number of serifs. Then I expanded it to a set of six, which looks great italicized too. To name the font, I had a little contest at Sage College. ...

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  • The GOYA fonts (including light, medium, heavy, ultra, and inline)were inspired by the logo of the The GOYA fonts (including light, medium, heavy, ultra, and inline)were inspired by the logo of the GOYA?.

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  • HONEYMOON was inspired by the classic logo of the Holiday Inn hotel chain. Uniform weight, almost completely linking. Italicized it becomes a vertical script (below). Includes upper and lowercase, numbers, punctuation, and international. ...

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  • HUMDINGER was inspired by the logo of a venerable old childrens magazine, read only by adults when desperately waiting in doctors offices. I love its feeling of kid-friendly Magic Marker lettering, complete with blips at the ends of each stroke that. ...

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