24 Grunge Display Fonts

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 2000 - Design - 48 pages
Assembled by noted typographer Dan X. Solo, this innovative collection of alphabets takes its name from a distinctive and unconventional style of popular music and fashion. The practical CD-ROM and book set includes 24 offbeat alphabets, including the starkly bold Device, a bumpy Gooseflesh, an elementary Kidprint, and the provocative Ransom Note Reverse. This set includes: -One CD-ROM containing 24 different fully scalable complete fonts in True Type and Postscript Type 1 formats--all with an uppercase alphabet and numerals, and many including lowercase letters and symbols as well.
-A 48-page, 8 1/4 x 11 book showing every character in every font, printed large and clearly for easy reference

The CD-ROM is conveniently contained in a sturdy, tamper-resistant plastic pouch on the inside back cover of the book. Inexpensive and permission-free, these unusual display fonts will give a sharp, contemporary look to ads, posters, signs, magazine copy, and a host of other graphic projects.
System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, OR Macintosh, all versions; CD-ROM drive.
Original Dover (2000) publication.


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