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Chaloops

by Chank

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About this font family

Where the heck does a name like Chaloops come from? You know that Chihuahua that used to sell the tacos? Chank’s mother-in-law calls him Chalupa. And the American pluralization for that must be Chaloops, because that’s her nickname for her two little spoiled fuzzball dogs.

Another comic variation on Chank’s whimsical handwriting, Chaloops is bouncy, quirky, and light-hearted like the Chauncy fonts. But Chaloops has more squiggles and its stroke terminals are mostly square. Just like you. More…

Chaloops the font comes with a few alternate characters to give your designs a more authentic hand-drawn look. Happy and playful like a pair of frolicsome puppies, this font is perfect for kids’ products and marketing. Advanced OpenType features include "Stylistic Set #1: Decaf" which gets you a calmer, more legible variation.

The fonts in this family come in 3 weights in cross-platform OpenType format for both Mac & Windows.

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available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Central Europe Baltic OpenType Alternates OpenType Contextual Dingbats & Symbols



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Chaloops Regular

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Chaloops Medium

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Chaloops Bold

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available in all of the styles:
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