This week’s font is a great display font that would be perfect for title work on your pages and projects. Deming is a fun font designed by Mike Fortress. You can find this wonderful font over on Lost-Type which is a pay what you want type of site (for personal use, commercial use has to pay a certain amount on certain fonts). Deming is an all capital font that includes numbers and punctuation.
This week’s Fontology brings you another awesome FREE font plus a FREE journal card made by me. First lets talk about this wonderful font by BittBox, Petie boy…
Petie Boy, named after his childhood horse, was first released by Jay Hilgert in 2008. This amazing font comes in four weights: light, medium, heavy, and destroyed. The destroyed weight is the only weight in the bunch that does NOT have punctuation. Petie Boy is a fun font that I think makes a great *chalkboard font*. With the love of chalk in design and digital scrapbooking lately I think it would make the perfect addition to your font stash. This all uppercase font has that handlettering look that goes well with a lot of the chalkboard designs. Want to add Petie Boy to your font collection? Visit the BittBox website and download it for FREE.
I am happy to start with the Fontology series again. After a bit of a hiatus it is time to get the blog back in action! What better way to kick of the return of blog action then with an amazing font?!
As with most in the design or scrapbooking hobby I am a HUGE font addict! I have always had a big love for typography and am always on the lookout for awesome fonts to add to my line up. With the Fontology series I share some of those font finds so we can all have fun in this crazy addiction to fonts.
When I first seen Thirsty Script I fell completely in love. I have been crushing on a lot of the new retro-feel fonts lately (Lobster, Marketing Script) and Thirsty Script is a shining example of modern meets vintage.