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About Flagellum Dei Font Family
Flagellum Dei is Latin for ‘The Scourge of God’. It is a title given by later generations to Attila the Hun (406-453 C.E.). Flagellum Dei is also a rather scary font, which I made with the use of a stiff brush and some China ink. Of course you could use this quite versatile font to scare the bejesus out of your friends, but I’d much rather see it used on book covers, posters and album artwork. Flagellum Dei comes with a horde of diacritics.
Designers: David Kerkhoff
Design Owner: Hanoded
MyFonts debut: Dec 10, 2016
Hanoded is a type foundry based in The Netherlands and run by David Kerkhoff. After finishing his journalism studies, David traveled extensively and ended up in Israel where he stayed for some years. David had a lot of jobs – zookeeper, goldsmith, artist and cook (to name a few), but settled on working as a tour guide and photographer. David specializes in hand printed typefaces and uses brushes, pens, ink and paint to create his – sometimes scary looking – fonts. He lives in a wee hamlet near the Rhine river, with his wife, three kids, a handful of extremely spoiled chickens and two guinea pigs called Cookie and Chippie.The Premium foundry page can be viewed https://www.myfonts.com/a/font/premium-font-collections/hanoded