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Crispbake Font

CrispbakeDesigner: David Kerkhoff
Publisher: Hanoded
Designed by David Kerkhoff, Crispbake is a hand display and hand drawn font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Hanoded.

A crispbake is a kind of cracker or rusk you eat for breakfast. At least, in Holland we do. They are called ‘beschuit’, they are round and they come in a pack of 13 (which is a baker’s dozen). It turns out that this odd number of crispbakes in a pack comes from the fact that the ovens they were baked in held 13 crispbakes in a row and it was easier to pack them like that.

So, should this question pop up during a game of trivial pursuit, you now know the answer!

Crispbake font is a crunchy brush font. Completely handmade using a brush and Chinese ink. This fresh all caps font comes with a set of alternate glyphs and extensive language support, including Vietnamese and Greek.

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