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The Halloween Bundle contains four spooky fonts perfect for Halloween. Here are the spookily-cool fonts you’ll find:
Ebenezer is an eerie, highly detailed font with letterforms based on Goldburg.
Newcomen is a highly versatile titling face. Newcomen titling, in its default form, evokes the Victorian era and is named for the British inventor of a steam engine for pumping water. Newcomen’s flexibility is remarkable; it can alter the appearance of the face to either appear more dark and gothic, classical, include dots in the counters, and swash and “boxy” sets. Individual characters can also be selected and mixed and matched in OpenType capable applications for distinctive custom designs. Please see the .pdf samples to see these features in action and to refer to the proper style sets. A few design ideas are to use the gothic alternates for Halloween, the dots for a steampunk appearance, or the traditional alternates for a unique classical look.
The script designed for ParaType in 2006 by Isabella Chaeva. Based on informal handwriting. Its characters have rough jaggy contour; in small sizes the face simulates an effect of handwriting by felted pen on rough paper. For use in advertising and display typography.
HeyPumkin is a letterbat font designed for use in the late autumn, when the leaves are falling and the harvest is underway. October 31 is an especially good time to use it.
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