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is a lovely hand-drawn font inspired by the band known as
Sugarbush. Check them out if you are ever in Ottawa, Canada.
They currently feature Fiona Boey, Mike
Lawson, Tim Connolly and Greg Langille . Their music could
be described as power-pop, or maybe sugar-punk. I just made
that up. The font is available in regular and slightly-bolder
Roadekill. Why the weird spelling? Because you can't
trademark common words. You can trademark manufactured words.
So now no one else can have a font called Roadekill. Big deal.
There's only one weight, because, frankly, that's enough.
Note: unfortunately due to the complexity of this font,
some Windows systems and/or Microsoft applications do not
draw it properly, if at all, on screen. It does seem to be
OK in programs like CorelDraw and Fireworks though. Unless
you are going to use it for printed or web graphics, I wouldn't
bother downloading it.
Collide is the unlikely wedding of Futura and Times Roman. I think.
I can't remember anymore. It's reasonably legible, and the
capital letters look mighty cool. It's available in regular
and bold. Only here.
All the included PC
fonts are in TrueType format, compressed using the WinZip
compression program. To download a free copy of Winzip click:
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