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Complete family of 4 fonts: $69.00
Capsbats Font Family was designed by Joan M. Mas and published by Typephases. Capsbats contains 3 styles and family package options. More about this family
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Per Style: $17.25

Pack of 4 : $69.00

About Capsbats Font Family

Everything your head should not be or would rather not do is here. A complete collection of 225 illustrations (plus bonus shadows) in three fonts. The illustrations collected in the Capsbats keep the free-flowing lines of the ink-on-paper sketches. As a dingbat, or pictorial typeface, the Capsbats are very versatile: you can use them immediately in any application. The vectorial format of the font file means they are scalable with no loss of quality. And you can customize them in no time in your favourite graphics program. They can be used out of the box, as accents or spot illustration, or enlarged, combined, coloured, textured... to achieve an infinite variety of results easily. With Capsbats you have an incredible resource for your concept illustration needs: enlarge them and you can create a high impact page layout, posters, magazine covers and book jackets, advertising... The Capsbats Shadows are bonus silhouettes that you can use in very different situations. Use these shadows to fill them with your own patterns, or use them as a mask or clipping path, to paste the images you want inside them. The possibilities are endless. We didn't limit our imagination in drawing them, so why would you when using them? The book 1000 Heads is a compendium of the drawings featured in the Capsbats and Entestats and it gives a glimpse of the limitless applications of this collection.

Designers: Joan M. Mas

Publisher: Typephases

Foundry: Typephases

Design Owner: Typephases

MyFonts debut: Feb 9, 2010

Capsbats™ is a trademark of Typephases Dingbats and Fonts.

About Typephases

A wonderfully unique collection of pictorial typefaces and fonts. Our dingbats are usually idiosyncratic, spontaneous sketches of weird characters and their special pursuits. The style of fhe illustrations of people contained in some of our series is influenced by spot illustrations used in vintage newspapers and magazines in the 19th and early 20 centuries, while other series offer a more contemporary style.