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Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg

by Bogusky 2
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Mah Jongg Font Family was designed by Bill Bogusky and published by Bogusky 2. Mah Jongg contains 1 styles.

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About Mah Jongg Font Family

No, it's not the complete set but a great way to send out invitations for Mah Jongg Parties, Notices, Posters, Banners and Flyers. Here's a menu of what's contained and take a look at the Character Chart for some close-ups. It may seem complicated but not really. Shift, Alphabet keys will give you caps Mah Jongg characters, tiles beside a letter of the alphabet. The "lower case" alphabet is the same letter font used in the caps but without a tile. The regular keys "1 through 9" are the actual Crack tiles with the correct oriental glyph. Numerals to match the "lower case" are found using Shift and the Number keys. The $ sign is the Forward Slash and the "¢" sign is the Back Slash Dragons: Left & Right brackets Nice One Bam symbols: Shift, Left & Right brackets Hitting Option & the keys, "A,S,F & C" will reveal attractive flower designs. Punctuation, period, comma, quotes, etc. are in their usual locations. You may want to print this menu as a handy guide. The license agreement stipulates that you may disassemble and use elements from this font to create colorful art as in the illustration shown with the font listing.

Designers: Bill Bogusky

Publisher: Bogusky 2

Foundry: Bogusky 2

Design Owner: Bogusky 2

MyFonts debut: Aug 2, 2005

Mah Jongg

About Bogusky 2

BROTHER BOGUSKY, a freelance graphic designer, from New York and Miami, is now located in Boulder, Colorado. Bill has achieved many national awards for his graphic and logo designs and is featured in many logo anthologies. including Grafis Magazine's 10 Year's Best Annual Report Edition. Attended theHigh School of Industrial Art and Pratt University in New York. And was awarded First Place in the 1952 New York City Cancer Poster Competition. His son, Alex, has been inducted into the New York Art Director's Club Hall of Fame.

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