Get ready to experience four ferrous versions of an industrialistic face that will leave your graphics anchored in place and armored up for war. Replete with buckets of rivets and powerful angles, the IMOW font family will help you lock down a layout in ways regular typefaces can't match. Your designs will experience an invincibility rarely seen as you choose between plain or permanently bolted in place. Which one will be the primary weapon in your arsenal? All certainly have the power to handle any task put to them. So which will you choose to suit up and enter the fray with?
It’s time for a script font with magical appeal. Think island. Think orient. Or for some, the magic is real. It’s voodoo! Voodoo Script! The font with 14,000 kerned pairs and over 45 alternate characters and ligatures! It’s the script like no other--with options like no other! If you love dinking around in the non-keyable range (and I know you do) then you'll be laying out your messages in fast order and perfect form with this face. Voodoo even comes with an “extras” set, the crown jewel of which are preset words, those prepositional layout-killers we all just wish would go away. You know the ones I'm talking about. It’s that word like “of” or “the” that shows up at the wrong time to play havoc with the real focus of your design. Seven of the worst offenders have been pre-assembled to perfectly complement your Voodoo layouts: The, the, and, from, for, of, to. You'll also find distance fractions, accent marks for foreign characters, and a few other symbols that had to be left out of Voodoo proper to make room for those hidden goodies that will have you salivating all over your character map. But then Voodoo does tend to work its magic that way.
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“Have a nice day!” I can remember that motto and the smiley face from childhood. It was a friendly, optimistic little image that became an icon. These days it has been updated and is a collection of emoticons used by cultures world wide. The smiley face can now be friendly, sad, happy, angry, etc. This collection is our fun expression of the smiley face. We've got smileys for emotions, seasons, some holidays, and just about all of the emotions. There are smileys for just about every occasion. We also created a smiley tribute to classic movie monsters.
OverKill Bloque was created in 1991 as a banner logo for a gamers fan newsletter, The OVERKILL Casualty Report. As letterforms were built for various headlines, a font took shape. Just for grins I fleshed out an uppercase and numbers and named it Ultra Bold. Much later, when Mike and I were working on our chiseled race pak, Ultra Bold convexed nicely and fit in with the modern sports look of the font pak. Mike is most at fault for the lowercase! No face should be without a lowercase! Since then, OverKill / Ultra-Bold has made its way onto the covers of two comic books and numerable vehicles and signs. In 2008 I decided to make it more useful for the desktop crowd. I brought back the OverKill name and called the first font in the family, OverKill Bloque.