Cruller

Price:
USD $20.00 (immediate download)
Designers:
Ian Lynam
Publisher:
Wordshape
Categories:
Fonts

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Cruller is a display typeface that is based on a rare bit of lettering from a 1910 German lettering book. Used perennially for assorted metal bands’ logos, it is a spidery bit of lettering that would work well in Harry Potter movies or on album covers.

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Usage recommendations:
Display type for use in materials that are meant to have a hand-wrought look circa the turn of the century.

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