Speedball pen master Ross George presented this face as D-nib Display. Its wide stance and quaint attitude make for some unavoidable whimsy. Both versions of this font support the Latin 1262, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Walpurga is a witchy display font that comes in two variants - regular & bold - and with four glyphs for each letter. There is a set of ornaments and the in-built open type features produce a random, natural looking effect when activated through the “contextual alternates” feature.
Walpurga was created with stylized brush ends that become visible at larger font sizes. A fresh, versatile font that is usable for a wide range of design applications.
Please activate Open Type Features to get the most out of this font.