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by Cerulean Stimuli
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Walklike Font Family was designed by K. Pease and published by Cerulean Stimuli. Walklike contains 2 styles.

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About Walklike Font Family

You've searched for "Egyptian" but, thanks to a quirk of type jargon history, much of what you found is not what you had in mind for the voice of Thoth in your comic book, or the hints in your Mummy's Tomb game. And you don't want to fall back on You-Know-What. Fear not; now there's Walklike! Pyramids, reeds, the Eye of Horus, and other recognizable symbols inspire the letterforms of Walklike to create the feel of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs while remaining fully legible. The strokes are casual but careful, at home in ink or stone alike, and kept interesting and natural-looking automatically with ligatures and some contextual alternates. The air of ancient mystery is unmistakable!

Designers: K. Pease

Publisher: Cerulean Stimuli

Foundry: Cerulean Stimuli

Design Owner: Cerulean Stimuli

MyFonts debut: Apr 11, 2017


About Cerulean Stimuli

K. "Cerulean" Pease started Cerulean Stimuli as a graphic design and illustration business in the 20th Century, and, not insignificantly, designed a logotype for it. This business turned to comic strips and custom ambigrams, and may yet have another try at games, but the real treasure has always been the letterforms we made along the way. For years, in between everything else, it has been impossible to resist picking at these typefaces, expanding them and making them better, knowing deep down that they may be the only truly useful products of the whole enterprise. Cerulean Stimuli fonts are always original ideas, from its flagship unicase to surprising new ways to gothic a gothic. The mission is always to bring into the world something new and fantastic.

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