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Carve™

by Scholtz Fonts

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About this font family

Carve is an African font that was inspired by fonts such as Othello and Neuland designed in the mid-1920s. Rather than attempting to re-create these fonts in a digital form as so many others have done, I have tried to capture the “spirit” of the period and emphasize the “woodcarving” style of the font, while simultaneously giving it a contemporary feel.

As a result the characters differ markedly any of the original styles and have much less of an “Art Deco” look to them. To further modernize Carve, I have included all the characters required for a full character set (lower case, as well as all punctuation, numerals, diacritics, special characters etc). More…

The result is a thoroughly modern re-interpretation. The numbers (0 to 9) bear no relation to any originals but, I believe, are fully in keeping with the upper and lower alphabetic characters of my font.

Carve comes in two styles:

--Regular: contemporary, angular African style

--Incised: exaggerating the chunky, hand-carved “woodcut” effect. The "in-line" effect has been hand-crafted to avoid the mechanical effect of computer-generated inline effects.

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Dingbats & Symbols



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Carve

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Carve Incised

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  


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