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Little Sunshine

Little Sunshine™

by Typadelic
Licenses from $19.95
Complete family of 2 fonts: $19.95
Little Sunshine Font Family was designed by Ronna Penner and published by Typadelic. Little Sunshine contains 2 styles and family package options.

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  • Little Sunshine Open Little Sunshine Open

  • Little Sunshine Solid Little Sunshine Solid

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About Little Sunshine Font Family

Little Sunshine was created from the lettering found on a songbook from 1883. I maintained the tight letter spacing and skinny characters for a very distinctive and original look. While Little Sunshine originated in the 19th century it’s definitely up to 21st century standards. I’ve included the Open and Solid versions in OpenType format...two typefaces for the price of one! You’ll find ligatures, stylistic alternates and old style numerals in keeping with the spirit of this pretty, old-fashioned typeface. Check out the glyph map to see all the characters.

Designers: Ronna Penner

Publisher: Typadelic

Foundry: Typadelic

Design Owner: Typadelic

MyFonts debut: Feb 7, 2011

Little Sunshine™ is a trademark of Typadelic.

About Typadelic

Typadelic, according to Ronna Penner, is “a very small foundry (just me!)”. She continues: “I offer a wide range of distinctive typefaces for Mac and PC. I really became interested in typography and letters as an art form while in college for graphic design and gained invaluable experience when I was employed as a typesetter with a greeting card company for several years. There weren’t many foundries out there offering the type of fonts we needed so I began experimenting with digital type design. I like some of my early efforts and was intrigued by the potential of designing type for commercial use. “On a bit of a lark, I sent my first complete font, Sketchley, to Bitstream, just to see ‘what would happen’. Surprisingly, they accepted it for inclusion in their New Font Collection (2002). It also was one of the winners of ATypI’s bukva:raz! design competition, held in Moscow that same year. At this point I thought there might be a place for me in the type design community, so, I began my own company, Typadelic, in the spring of 2002. “The question, ‘why does the world need more typefaces, don’t we have enough?’ has been asked over and over again. Yes, there are many different typefaces on the market today but I believe Typadelic delivers a fresh and unique perspective in type design, at reasonable prices to boot!”

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