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Marshmallow Hot Chocolate

Marshmallow Hot Chocolate

by Nicky Laatz
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Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Font Family was designed by Nicky Laatz and published by Nicky Laatz. Marshmallow Hot Chocolate contains 1 styles.

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About Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Font Family

Say hello to Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Brush - A super-casual, super-versatile all caps brush font. Great at both Small and large sizes : Fine texture details on its edges make it pop at larger sizes, and at smaller sizes its stays crisp, neatly balanced and nicely legible.

Perfect for making a statement - use it in quotes, punchy headers, posters, flyer design, packaging, in your illustrations that need legible handwritten captions - and so much more.

Although Marshmallow Hot Chocolate is an all caps font, you will find uppercase and lowercase keystrokes have alternate characters. Opentype Ligatures are included to make it look more naturally handwritten in your designs. Four extra swashes are included in the glyphs set - open your glyphs panel to access them. Play with the letter spacing to get different looks and effects.

Designers: Nicky Laatz

Publisher: Nicky Laatz

Foundry: Nicky Laatz

Design Owner: Nicky Laatz

MyFonts debut: Feb 13, 2020

Marshmallow Hot Chocolate

About Nicky Laatz

There is something about letters, of all shapes and forms, that has always gotten my attention, even from a young age. I remember at about 10 years old having a little novelty rubber printing press stamp kit, and an old printing specimen booklet - I was completely fascinated with them and played with them for hours on end. Making typefaces now, I often think back to them and how they might have started something. Other than fonts, I love any form of creativity , and love making beautiful things of any description - but it's creating typefaces that it my firm favourite of them all.