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by Wing's Art Studio
Individual Styles from $9.00
Complete family of 6 fonts: $28.00
Surfnik Font Family was designed by Christopher King and published by Wing's Art Studio. Surfnik contains 6 styles and family package options.

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About Surfnik Font Family

Surfnik - A Hand-Made Font Influenced by Vintage Surf and Beatnik Culture

Surfnik is a hand-drawn font inspired by beatnik and surfing culture of the 1950s and 60s. A fun, loose design that’s typical of pulpy fanzines, movie posters and advertising of the era. From promoting the local surf shop, burger joint or drive-in, it’s a font that evokes a bygone era with a playful, nostalgic feel.

Surfnik features an all-caps design that includes unique uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation, language support and numerals. It also comes with six styles that mix up weights and outlines that look great when creatively combined in titles and headlines.

It’s a great choice for when you need a fun and lively look when creating menus, posters, movie titles, album covers and more! Check out the visuals for lots of examples.

Designers: Christopher King

Publisher: Wing's Art Studio

Foundry: Wing's Art Studio

Design Owner: Wing's Art Studio

MyFonts debut: Mar 23, 2022


About Wing's Art Studio

Christopher King (aka Wingsart Studio) is a Graphic Designer specialising in hand-drawn lettering for film and television titles. From blockbuster films to indie press, Wingsart Studio fonts have appeared on screens big and small around the globe. His work has been used by companies including Disney, Marvel, Apple, Netflix and Paramount Studios.The Wingsart Studio philosophy is to embrace the imperfections inherent with real pens, pencils, paper and brush. In counter-balance to an AI driven age, these fonts remain refreshingly analogue and proud of their human touch. Before a single letter turns into a digital product, countless hours are spent researching and sketching out ideas in pursuit of those perfect lines and shapes.

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