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Uncle Typewriter

by Typo5

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About this font family

A very dirty, and yet legible type. It comes from an old document that was made in the 70s. Every character was developed as an unique design piece. Perfect for titles, credits and display type.

Uncle Typewriter has been used in movie and TV titles, and it adds a very strong character to any layout.

Complete character set.

It comes in 4 versions: More…

UncleTypewriter 1: This is the classic dirt version of UncleTypewriter.

UncleTypewriter 2: An alternate version with variations in some characters.

UncleTypewriter tape: A “negative” version, with a black grunged box in the back and a white character at the front. Ideal to make emphasis in specific words or phrases.

UncleTypewriter Box: This is the dingbat font. Is a collection of over 50 very detailed grunge boxes, that can be used in combination with the other Uncletypewriter fonts or any other font to create backgrounds, designs or just to add roughed edges and dirt details to an particular layout.

An UncleTypewriter pack is also available including all the 4 styles, at a lower cost per font.

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Available licensing options
Glyph coverage

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

only available in some of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Other OpenType



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Uncle Typewriter

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Uncle Typewriter 2

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Uncle Typewriter Box

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Uncle Typewriter Tape

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  

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