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Christmas Pattern

Christmas Pattern

by Mauve Type
Individual Styles from $29.00
Complete family of 4 fonts: $89.00
Christmas Pattern Font Family was designed by Eike Dingler and published by Mauve Type. Christmas Pattern contains 4 styles and family package options.

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About Christmas Pattern Font Family

The same procedure as every year? Again Christmas cards and greetings need to be designed... Sick of the usual Christmas imagery? Finally here is the ultimate typographical solution: 4 Christmas Pattern Fonts for display use. Playfull yet straight, Christmassy yet aesthetically pleasing. Pattern is the new sexy! Practical details: - Use in great display sizes only. The bigger – the better! - Fonts gain kind of "transparency" through the patterns – handy for use on top of images. - Characterset is caps only and supports Central, Eastern and Western European languages. - Entertaining 2 min movie explaining the basic concept and making of the Pattern Fonts. - Combine with "non-Christmassy" Pattern Fonts from the Pattern family. - Also available: a blank version in light, regular and bold.

Designers: Eike Dingler

Publisher: Mauve Type

Foundry: Mauve Type

Design Owner: Mauve Type

MyFonts debut: Oct 27, 2015

Christmas Pattern

About Mauve Type

Mauve Type is an independant small scale type foundry specialised in True Display Fonts. Mauve Typefaces are not intended for small print – they are designed to have a distinct graphic impact in grand display typography. Mauve Type is based in Berlin and run by Eike Dingler. He studied type design in The Hague (NL) as well as graphic design in Düsseldorf (D) and Arnhem (NL) and has worked for Typotheque type foundry (NL). He also runs a graphic design practice. Eike is most interested in exploring the visual and conceptual possibilities of display typography. He believes that working with typefaces designed for display purposes can make your life as graphic designer considerably easier, more fun and save you a lot of time while achieving better designs.

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