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Psych Handlettering

Psych Handlettering

by Mysterylab
Individual Styles from $5.00
Complete family of 3 fonts: $16.00
Psych Handlettering Font Family was designed by Mott Jordan and published by Mysterylab. Psych Handlettering contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Psych Handlettering Font Family

Here's a font system distilled from the lettering styles of a thousand vintage psychedelic rock albums and posters from the swingin' sixties. All of the grooviness, but perhaps twice the legibility of some of the more "far out" examples from the genre. This family features an extensive character set and multilingual glyphs, so you can say "Trippy, Man." in many languages. The three versions allow you to harmonize letter bodies and highlight strokes with the color palette of your project Once loaded on your system, the three versions of the font show in your menu as the following three "weights": Psych Handlettering Bold, Psych Handlettering Incised, and Psych Handlettering Highlight. The 3-alphabet collection works together seamlessly to allow you to assign one color to the body of the letter, and a second color to the inset highlight lines. Just copy your text block, paste in place, reassign the font to the "highlight" version, choose a complimentary color, and off you go.

Designers: Mott Jordan

Publisher: Mysterylab

Foundry: Mysterylab

Design Owner: Mysterylab

MyFonts debut: Aug 3, 2019

Psych Handlettering

About Mysterylab

Mott Jordan studied studio art and design at U.C. Santa Cruz, and was a self-employed sign painter and later a full-time graphic artist at a local weekly. His type design career began in earnest under Ilene Strizver at International Typographic Corporation in the mid-1990s, releasing two typefaces (ITC Verkehr and ITC Hornpype). By the mid-2010s, Jordan had formed the Mysterylab Foundry and today has approximately 36 offerings that represent an eclectic mix of retro 1960s and 1970s styles, ornate Victorian and old west fonts, futurist/experimental designs, and multi-weight workhorses. He operates a graphic design business near Santa Cruz, California and continues to add new releases to his typographic range.

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