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WolfsbloodDesigner: Jim Ford
Publisher: Monotype
Wolfsblood was designed by Jim Ford and published by Monotype. Wolfsblood includes 1 style. p > Wolfsblood is a new screen face by Jim Ford, adjusted from hand-lettered logos generated by hard rock bands like The Misfits and Bad Brains. The style can be traced back further to Hollywood and the explosion of low-budget exploitation, scary and sci-fi movies, which likewise had an influence in punk rock.

Wolfsblood captures this bizarre dark-spirited lettering which has actually ended up being a staple in the designer's work for bands and posters. The Wolfsblood font style has actually an expanded character set with borders, dingbats (yes, Bats!), and contextual ligatures configured to provide the typeface a random appearance by default.

As with a few of Jim's other typographic experiments, Wolfsblood motivates the designer to have fun with upper and lowercase, and mixed-case settings, to duplicate the decisions that a lettering artist might make. Wolfsblood is terrific for logos, posters, headlines and brief littles text, and will add an enjoyable, aggressive energy to your dark and other-worldly productions.

Font Family: Wolfsblood Pro Regular

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