I have been a font addict for as long as I can remember. Something about type faces just make me light up and I can spend hours looking around at all the wonderful work created by type designers. Being such a huge type fan, I have become the *go to* person among my friends when it comes to figuring out what font they seen somewhere or any other font related question. I guess in my own mind I am a Font Aficionado. So when thinking of what I could put on the blog that might be of interest to other scrappers I thought I would share my love of typography.


I couldn’t think of a better way to start off this new weekly feature on the Tickled Pink blog then with my recent favorite font, Mensch. Mensch just drew me in with it’s clean lines and curved features. I also love that Mensch comes in various weights and styles. Designed by Morgan Knutson, Mensch is a fabulous condensed upper-case font that will be perfect to add to your collection. What’s even better is Mensch calls Lost Type Co-op its home. Lost Type Co-op  is a as they say Pay-What-You-Want Type foundry. You decide how much you want to pay the type designer for their font and 100% of the sales go directly to the designer that created the font. So what are you waiting for? Add Mensch to your font line up today!



2 Comments on Fontology: Mensch

  1. Kim Gehring
    July 5, 2012 at 9:23 pm (6 years ago)

    I love fonts too! I’m always on the lookout for professional-type fonts like Mensch to use in my graphic design projects. One of my recent script faves is Pacifico (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/pacifico/). Grilled Cheese (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/btn/grilled-cheese-btn/) is great too…it’s so fun and makes for great headlines. For scrapbooking, I loooove Kimberly Geswein’s fonts. She has such a wide variety to chose from and they’re all free for PU.

    • Becca
      July 6, 2012 at 5:35 pm (6 years ago)

      Fonts can be so addicting lol. I too love Kimberly Geswein and Pacifico! Grilled Cheese is a new one to me, thanks for sharing!


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