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Koelle Ornaments™

by insigne

4 fonts: $41.99

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About this font family

The Koelle Ornaments series is based on the etchings of Chris Koelle of Portland Studios. This is the second collaboration between insigne and Portland Studios; the first yielded the inky and active script Blue Goblet. Chris has a unique style where he “frames” his work with small icons related to the story or subject. These are now available as Koelle ornaments. Koelle Ornaments have a gritty, used appearance, and have a late 70’s stylistic feel to them.

There are 145 highly detailed illustrations in the entire pack, separated into four different fonts. These illustrations can be resized without any loss of quality, and can be easily converted to outlines and modified. Some of the ornaments have a Christian theme, while others are more generic. More…

To view what ornaments are available and the keys they map to, please view the sample .pdf. The sample .pdf is an excellent reference guide, and we encourage you to print it out to quickly refer to your favorite ornaments.

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



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Koelle Ornaments One

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$21.99

Koelle Ornaments Two

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$10.79

Koelle Ornaments Light

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$17.19

Koelle Ornaments Christian

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$11.59

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  


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