Sign Type - 23 Traditional Handwritten Type Fonts on CD

SIGN TYPE is all about REAL hand sign painted type faces to design and create your signs.

Remember the days when the top gun sign guys passed on their own personal typefaces?

WELL THOSE DAYS ARE BACK !!!!!!!

Remember when you needed that special... bold, quick , heavy, gutsy, ornate, script, handwritten style.....
to make the difference to the job?

WELL HERE THEY ARE, READY TO USE !!!!

Created by traditional signwriting, then scanned and digitized, paired and kerned and formatted as both TTF and postscript type fonts. They are ready to use on your computer to put the REAL HAND created feeling back into your sign work.

Compatible with both PC and Mac Systems

  PostaScript:   PostaScript
  Fippy Bold:   Fippy Bold
  Phippinline:   Phippinline
  Flicker Script:   Flicker Script
  Scribe:   Scribe
  Lemonade:   Lemonade
  ThinLizzie:   ThinLizzie
  Croak:   Croak
  Kola:   Kola
  Fries:   Fries

PERIOD TYPEFACES
 
Sprint Car:   Sprint Car
Cobb & Co:   Cobb & Co
Goldrush:   Goldrush
Rigby:   Rigby
Stockade:   Stockade
Ned Kelly:   Ned Kelly
Prizmatize:   Prizmatize


BRUSH STYLE FONTS

Fatstuff:   Fatstuff
Sydney Jumbo:   Sydney Jumbo
Dobend:   Dobend
Dobend Condensed:   Dobend Condensed
Big Brush:   Big Brush
Big Brush Italic:   Big Brush Italic

 


HOW TO ORDER

To order simply print this page, fill in order form and send together with you cheque (AUSTRALIAN $ only) to:-


A Signs

Shop 10, 10 Jubilee Avenue,

Carlton NSW 2218

Australia

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Please send me SignType CD for $125 Australian ( approx. $69 USD )

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