Skip to content
Home / Fonts / Enrich Design / Stars Stripes RH
Stars Stripes RH

Stars Stripes RH

by Enrich Design
Individual Styles from $0.00
Stars Stripes RH Font Family was designed by Richard Hubbard and published by Enrich Design. Stars Stripes RH contains 1 styles.

More about this family
FREE 30-DAY TRIAL of Monotype Fonts to get over 150,000 fonts from more than 1,400 type foundries. Start free trial
Start free trial

About Stars Stripes RH Font Family

The recent tragedies in America have resulted in a tremendous need for donations. This new font was created to benefit the victims in New York. This font is a great opportunity for artists, designers and computer users to show their support. The font needs to be big, 36 points or higher is recommended. It can be used at smaller point sizes, but there is little detail at smaller sizes. I felt a need to do something, ever since I saw those two beautiful buildings collapse in New York. You see, I went to school in New York, and I learned so much there. I truly love New York, and this is a way for me to show my support to the Big Apple. A $20.00 donation to the Twin Towers Fund is requested for those who download this font. Please send the donation to: Twin Towers Fund General Post Office P.O. Box 26999 New York, NY 10087-6999 Special thanks to those who reviewed my font and offered advice on what needed to be done to complete the font.

Designers: Richard Hubbard

Publisher: Enrich Design

Foundry: Enrich Design

Design Owner: Enrich Design

MyFonts debut: Oct 22, 2001

Stars Stripes RH

About Enrich Design

Enrich Design is a foundry located in northwest CT, specializing in unique fonts, especially handwriting fonts. Also, Enrich Design offers services in graphic design, including business cards, letterheads, logos, brochures, catalogs, etc. Web design services are also available, with experience in both CSS and Javascript. Enrich Design is owned by Richard Hubbard, who has a BFA in Art & Design from Pratt Institute. He currently works as a webmaster at a local community college, along with work as a freelance designer.

Read more

Read less