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FormPattern Color Two

FormPattern Color Two

by Tarallo Design
Individual Styles from $14.99
Complete family of 8 fonts: $48.99
FormPattern Color Two Font Family was designed by Donald Tarallo, Alex Tarallo and published by Tarallo Design. FormPattern Color Two contains 8 styles and family package options.

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About FormPattern Color Two Font Family

FormPattern Color Two is a dingbat font for creating borders, frames, lines, and patterns. It is made up of a versatile set of interconnectable shapes that can flow together to make lines, borders, and patterns. Try different letter spacing to connect the forms into a continuous pattern or to space them apart. Explore leading (line spacing) to create large areas of pattern. Work with layering and opacity to discover the color-mixing potential of this font. Web designers can use FormPattern to make unique horizontal rules.

How does FormPattern work? Install is as a regular font and as you type you will get forms instead of letters. Most design software, such as Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop provide a glyphs palette where you can choose the precise form you want. Color fonts are supported by Photoshop 2017, Illustrator 2018, and QuarkXPress 2018 (and later versions).

A solid uncolored font comes with every purchase and can be used in applications that do not support color fonts. It will appear black and can be colored in the usual ways. FormPattern Color Two is compatible with all other FormPattern fonts from Tarallo Design.

Designers: Donald Tarallo, Alex Tarallo

Publisher: Tarallo Design

Foundry: Tarallo Design

Design Owner: Tarallo Design

MyFonts debut: Dec 20, 2018

FormPattern Color Two

About Tarallo Design

Tarallo Design is the foundry of Donald Tarallo and associates. We make high-quality, original, and memorable typefaces ranging from sans serifs to ornamentals.Don studied art and design at Clark University, Rhode Island School of Design (MFA), and the Basel School of Design in Switzerland. He became passionate about the creative process, form giving, and craft as a child working with his grandmother in her ceramic studio. After university he worked and taught design in Europe and East Asia, which furthered his interest in alphabets and languages.Since 1997, Tarallo Design has served international clients. It is based in Massachusetts. In addition to designing, Don is also a professor.

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