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Excited Alphabets

Excited Alphabets

by Harald Geisler
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Excited Alphabets Font Family was designed by Harald Geisler, Sumbo Pinheiro and published by Harald Geisler. Excited Alphabets contains 1 styles.

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About Excited Alphabets Font Family

Excited-Alphabets is a lowercase display font. The letterform is sans-serif with a few appendages to give the letters a life-like and cheerful form. Also, each Letter has two poses (i.e. s and S) which makes it easy to design the perfect headline, characters can also be chosen individually from the glyphs menu to get a unique look. Its dynamic or ‘dancing’ look makes it perfect for (short) editorial headlines, celebratory lines, fun branding, social media posts, website headers, posters, ads, products, stationery designs and more. Excited alphabets was born in Frankfurt (Germany) when two ‘almost-neighbours’ met at a coffee shop. Inspired by the illustration of Sumbo Pinheiro, Excited was designed by Harald Geisler and Sumbo Pinheiro. From quirky illustration to font, this was a fun project to work on because each alphabet comes with its own sassy character.

Designers: Harald Geisler, Sumbo Pinheiro

Publisher: Harald Geisler

Foundry: Harald Geisler

Design Owner: Harald Geisler

MyFonts debut: Oct 6, 2018

Excited Alphabets

About Harald Geisler

This is the foundry of typographic artist Harald Geisler based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Harald Geisler's fonts are conceptually inspired. For example Ciseaux Matisse the foundries first release in 2010 is inspired by an exhibition about Henri Matisse's drawing with scissors. The Sigmund Freud Typeface, a collaboration between H.G., the Freud Museum London and the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna, is inspired by the idea of a person writing a letter to his shrink set in Freud's own handwriting. Conspired Lovers a typeface inspired by his own Love-letters. Among other publications the foundries fonts have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Fast.Co, Design Taxi, Novum and Page.

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