A classic Halloween visual. Here’s a skeleton font from a new-to-me source: home machine embroidery. How the embroidery works: you install software from a website or disk and it tells your home embroidery machine—your enhanced sewing machine or dedicated device—how to make the letterforms or designs. This alphabet was developed by trishsthreads.com and is available here in several embroidery machine formats and two sizes for $7.99. You can contact trishsthreads at email@example.com.
NOTE: I’m showing these letters for viewing purposes only. Please don’t use them for online or print purposes.
Here’s the font in action:
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A fun look at “scary” typography in the pop-culture occult over the last 125 years or so: Ouija boards, comic books, TV shows, and movies. Original article is here. Continue reading “Freaky, Frightening, Fantastic Font Friday”
In honor of Halloween, here are a trio of scary movie fonts.
Night of the Living Dead
Deanna, by Chris Hansen, is based on the title font. It’s available for free here.
28 Days Later
28 Days Later, by Jens R. Zeihn, is based on the title font. It’s available for free here.
Shining NFI Demo, by an unknown designer, is based on the title font. It’s available for free here.