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Out from a turn-of-the-century cartoon, Pennywhistle evokes the silly symphonies and merry melodies of an earlier age while playing footloose and fancy free for a modern age.

Orthotopes is reminiscent of that ever-familiar 70s style sci-fi font whose name I cannot recall and probably doesn't look a thing like this anyway.

Cute and adorable, they're...Onigiri! Designed to evoke the cuteness of Japanese mascots with the informality of script, these little riceballs o' text are sure to please! Comes in Latin alphabet, hiragana, katakana and onigiri dingbats!

Inspired by Rob’s years of living in Japan, Shibuya Dancefloor is an expanded version of an earlier font that we did. We liked it enough that we added hiragana and katakana to the mix, making it perfect for anime artwork, sci-fi lettering or even just making flyers for that party you're planning down in Roppongi!

This font is based on a lot of the downtempo culture in Paris. Smoky bars, jazz clubs, that sort of thing. How a font can be influenced by intangibles is a question that I can't quite answer, but I can say that when I created it, it strongly reminded me of a couple of times spent in Paris back in the mid-90s.

Reaver is my attempt to create a horror or bestial font that doesn't conform to the traditional stereotypes of either. A few have called it Geigeresque, and an earlier name for this font - Chupacabra - also inspired.