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Milk Drops

Milk Drops

by Duck Soup Design
Individual Styles from $12.00
Milk Drops Font Family was designed by Adam Celeban and published by Duck Soup Design. Milk Drops contains 1 styles.

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About Milk Drops Font Family

Milk Drops is a semi-casual-feeling cross between a didone and slab serif display font. Elegant, flourishy, whimsical and bold, as much as one font can be any or all of those things! It has highly contrasting weights, but not so much to take itself too seriously or risk legibility. Playfully, it entertains the teardrop motif wherever it can – in expected areas like the descender of a "y" and the ascender of an "f", but also in some whimsical flourishes. Many of the uses of the teardrop motif are implemented on the terminals and ears where many old prints may have suffered from bleed of ink – answering a "what if" question like "what if those accidental bleeds were designed on purpose?" or "what if a font were designed as though it was already seen through blurry eyes?" Milk Drops also features stencil-like open counters and lots of ligatures (32). Note also, it has some super-nerdy additions like symbols for Bitcoin, Pilcrow, Interrobang and Irony Mark. Language Support Milk Drops is highly versatile – with an impressive count of 470 glyphs, it can accommodate up to 78 latin-based languages.

Designers: Adam Celeban

Publisher: Duck Soup Design

Foundry: Duck Soup Design

Design Owner: Duck Soup Design

MyFonts debut: Sep 10, 2019

Milk Drops

About Duck Soup Design

Based in Sydney, Australia and established in 2019 by Adam Celeban, Duck Soup Design ( is a foundry that builds tools and type, with a particular focus on creating ease and clever solutions for designers.If you were wondering, the name "duck soup" comes from archaic English slang, meaning something easy to do. And it's that playful term that captures the original conception of a suite of tools to make designer's lives easier, lighter, and more free to explore creativity than get bogged down in tedious repetition.

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