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Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton

by Dan Cotton Lettering
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Organic Cotton Font Family was designed by Dan Cotton and published by Dan Cotton Lettering. Organic Cotton contains 1 styles.

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About Organic Cotton Font Family

Organic Cotton is a straightforward, friendly and highly legible typeface. The lettering is based on contemporary brush/pen lettering with a little fun and lushness added. It is solid, fluid and organic without being hippie-dippy or whimsical - not that I am opposed to those things. Organic Cotton is well suited for packaging and branding and it comes with a 69 alternates, 28 swashes, and 14 ornaments.

Designers: Dan Cotton

Publisher: Dan Cotton Lettering

Foundry: Dan Cotton Lettering

Design Owner: Dan Cotton Lettering

MyFonts debut: Aug 23, 2016

Organic Cotton

About Dan Cotton Lettering

Dan Cotton is a graphic designer, lettering artist, and now, a type designer. Dan learned hand lettering through his work as a graphic designer. He learned the traditional styles first, and then he ventured into pointed brush where he found his real passion for hand lettering. As he gained more and more freelance lettering work, he finally made the leap and became a full time lettering artist. In 2005 Dan was hired by Hallmark Cards; “I relearned hand lettering from some of the best lettering artists in the world. I started drawing more and more of my lettering, rather than using a brush or pen. I became an expert at drawing vectors - because of the sheer volume of work. I also got my first look at my lettering being turned into fonts and knew I wanted to do that someday.” In 2011 Dan left Hallmark to go back to freelance lettering and the Rocky Mountains. Dan bought FontLab in 2015 and 2016 released his first font. Visit my website to view more of my work.