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Eclectic Two™

by Altered Ego

1 font: $45.00

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About this font family

STF Eclectic Two contains more of the useful and the sublime. Alarm clock time icons and many characters which connect add extra usefulness to this dingbat font. Stuff you'll need someday for a graphic element, bullet or dingbat application. Perfect for website icons!

The Eclectic family is legendary, with a cult-like following among the inititated. With over 100 characters in the complete set, you'll find yourself using Eclectic Two almost daily to add spice to your otherwise san-serif typographic existence. More…

This font is essentially a soap opera of typographic image elements, created for projects when I couldn't find the “thingbat” I needed. Almost more of a collection of illustrations, there are many characters which connect to form patterns, and of course it’s like a “small neutral European country” army knife for the creative community.

EcTwo features an complete architecturally-inspired alphabet, more of those smiley face variations, the eight ball, alarm clocks for the hours, the bouncing ball (with connecting dotted lines!), the paper airplane (flying and crashed!), the work dog, the chainsaw, Dorothy’s slippers, the sideways arrows again, a handicapped symbol, chicken feet tracks, male/female symbols, gears, polynesian-inspired ornaments for patterns, a lighthouse, a torch, and more. Sounds twisted, eh? Make your own juxtapositionsof characters for funky borders.

Available in Mac and PC formats. License it today!

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available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters Ligatures



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Eclectic Two

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$45.00

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
Windows TrueType  


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