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by Scholtz Fonts
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Complete family of 3 fonts: $39.95
Noobia Font Family was designed by Anton Scholtz and published by Scholtz Fonts. Noobia contains 3 styles and family package options.

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Noobia 3-Pack

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About Noobia Font Family

Noobia is a casual, energetic handwritten font, with plenty of movement. Its moving baseline creates a funky, busy, dramatic impression. With its informal, immediate style, Noobia is like a swift swash of text handwritten with a slightly overfilled ink pen. This impression is exaggerated by blobs at the beginning and end of pen strokes. Noobia makes a simple, direct statement, bypassing complexity and superficiality. It's just an in-your-face, immediate font. It 's the font you'd use for a quick, hand drawn note or notice. Noobia comes in three great styles: Noobia Smooth - use it for ad media for anything from sports equipment to slinky lingerie, wine labels to washing powder packaging. Noobia Black - use it anywhere to emphasise Noobia Smooth, and on posters and children's book covers. Noobia Rough - use it for graffiti, music videos, funky clothing hang tags and event posters. Noobia has all the features usually included in a fully professional font. Language support includes all European character sets.

Designers: Anton Scholtz

Publisher: Scholtz Fonts

Foundry: Scholtz Fonts

Design Owner: Scholtz Fonts

MyFonts debut: Oct 4, 2013


About Scholtz Fonts

Scholtz Fonts, started by Anton Scholtz in 1997, specializes in "African flavor" fonts. The foundry is based in Durban, South Africa, where the Zulu culture of the region has greatly influenced Anton's font design. In his profession as a graphic designer, he became aware of how few available fonts were suitable for African inspired design. He began to create his own fonts to enhance the work produced by his design company, and this branch of his design work has grown steadily in recent years.

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