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Filmotype Hemlock Font

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Filmotype HemlockDesigner: Patrick Griffin
Publisher: Filmotype
Filmotype Hemlock was developed by Patrick Griffin and published by Filmotype. Filmotype Hemlock consists of 1 style. p > Introduced by Filmotype in the early- to mid-1950s, Filmotype Hemlock owes its origins to traditional indication painter sho-card lettering popular in the late 1940s through the 1950s. This thick upright script was among Filmotype's most popular brush script-style typefaces and saw usage in window signage, store spectaculars and periodical advertising.

Filmotype Hemlock was established from the initial typeface filmstrips and includes a complete worldwide character enhance, automatic fractionals, ordinals, and an enormous enhance of alternate characters and ligatures, developing a genuine connecting hand-painted look in dynamic OpenType format.

Font Family: Filmotype Hemlock

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