Created with a fine brush, this font has a robust appearance with some elegant features to it. Use this typeface anyway you like! Check it here
Hesster Mofet is what you get after writing with an old and weathered calligraphic marker on textured paper. The characters were then smoothened for a clean result, but since the original sketches had such a nice rough, edgy feel to them, they were also made into a complete font set. A couple of ligatures and a Hannibal Lecter reference were thrown in the mix as well. You can get both versions for the price of one font. See for yourself
In this Dutch book on baking our dearJoe 6 font was used, which gives it a very suitable ‘recipy’ feel.
After noticing there was a lack of a wide and bold script font in out library, taterTodd was created with that in mind. It was written with a brushtipped felt-pen, which made for the small thick and thin differences in the font. These can mainly be found in the uppercase characters and the font works quite well in only upper-case. TaterTodd is very suitable for menu's, especially when used in white on a dark background.See for yourself
This is basically the alternative version of the TK MAXX typeface. Most characters were given a major facelift and also a few ligatures were added in the process. This font comes with two weights.Check it here