It's my 50th birthday today.
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The Cumberland Fontworks continues its hot streak with three new releases, each dedicated to Paula Repko. Please consider helping them if you can; every little bit adds up.
Bar Booth at Matts is a pub font, a bar font, a band-poster for the tiny stage font, and it's named after not only a real bar, but a very important booth ... or at least, a very important memory, from within a booth, within a bar, one night a few years ago. It isn't necessary to know the story to enjoy the font. I'll just say that the story is far more innocent, far more G-Rated, than you might be thinking. But "thinking" is what it was really about. Here's hoping this font has legs.
Bar Booth at Matts is a full US-Keyboard Small-Caps stressed poster font with several extras for additional European alphabets. It's been designed for high-resolution jobs in particular, but I look forward to seeing how other designers make use of it. Enjoy!
Tales of the Giant Penguin Sea Monster are fanciful and often misleading, painting images of at towering, thunderous beast splitting the hulls of wooden sailing ships, flooding coastal towns in the frozen wash of the sea, and downing great whales as a smaller penguin might swallow a fish. In truth, the Giant Penguin Sea Monster is seldom taller than seven feet, and its most potent weapons are a devastatingly cute wiggle of its great tail, the allure of its tummy-swirl, and the warmest hugs known to icy waters. Rumors of Giant Penguin Sea Monsters frequenting urban brothels are no doubt slander meant to titillate readers of disreputable gossip magazines.
The goal with Sex Nerd was to find a cheerful place where a kind of "educational formality" (sex-educational, in this case) meets warm humanity, so a hand-drawn take on very proper form was called for. I'm happy with the result and I hope you are, too.
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