Beautiful fluid flourishes contrast with bold strokes to create an extremely well-balanced typeface by David Parr
Brian Grant and Charles Borges
collaborated on this bold, sign painters classic. Retains the warmth of a hand lettered font, without being stiff and mechanical.
LHF Handyman from Patrick Kalange
, is a fresh take on 1940's traditional Gothic sign lettering. Handy for logos, signs, and poster work.
LHF Desire by Charles Borges
offers an expansive set of options for the designer, making it the perfect choice for books, magazines, packaging, branding and signage.
Lovers of beautiful calligraphy and type will especially appreciate this elegant font family from John Davis
. With expertly balanced letters, Encore is perfect for creating quick logos.
Old Stock is inspired by lettering seen on old stock certificates. Chuck Davis
designed this commanding font to have thick strokes so you can apply bevels and other creative decoration.
Very popular, superb old fashioned lettering from sign artist Dave Correll
The Mystery Font is part Art Nouveau, part Fantasy. You'll find many uses for this highly unusual and creative font from Dave Correll
Sanborn Thin font set is inspired by the Sanborn Map Company's 1909 insurance map catalog.
Set includes 4 fonts that work together to create quick and professional monogram designs. John Studden
was inspired by early 1900's artist J.M. Bergling.
Victorian style font was inspired by an old advertising letter style used throughout the late 1800's and early 1900's.
latest stylish font has top and bottom spikes to give it a masculine, Gothic appeal.
created LHF Dark Horse to have unexpected striking curves, giving it an agressive, yet graceful look.
Alternate typing between upper and lower case to give this versatile and easy to read font from Denise Bayers
, an authentic, aged look.
This 60's-era font set from Denise Bayers
features lowercase letters set slightly lower. Alternating between upper and lowercase will give you a fun, bouncy feel.
Don't accept cheap auto-traced knockoffs. You've found the original, high-quality LHF Antique Shop set, first released in 2007 by Chuck Davis
created one of our most popular typefaces with easy to read, bold characters.
gives us this modernistic style, complete with sharp corners and eye-catching, bold letters that command your viewer's attention. Includes Convex version.
This hand-lettered script from Chuck Davis
, looks especially nice when used in conjunction with bolder letter styles for good contrast.
took inspiration from old movie and travel posters to make this Art Deco period style font.
fun to use old-fashioned script comes with two fonts: LHF Ballpark Script and LHF Ballpark Swashes.
Lively and casual, this semi-script by Arthur Vanson
, is perfect for designs needing a condensed hand written look.
Authentic Western typeface from sign designer David Parr
with several styles, giving you many options for creative uses.
designed this Art Deco style font to be widely spaced, allowing for the subtle beauty of the letters to shine.
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Inspired by Alf R. Becker, Patrick Kalange
has reimagined this classic 1930's Western style font, complete with new rounded characters and an overall balanced feel.
A ragged jagged speedstyle from Chuck Davis
. This font is perfect for any mad scientist or extreme design.
and David Parr
collaberated on this friendly, retro style script evoking the spirit of the 50's hand-drawn advertising world.
LHF Woodmere from John Davis
, is a bold, masculine letter style inspired by old fire trucks from the late 1920's.
This popular script from Charles Borges
, is perfect for all forms of advertising where a brush script is needed.
Inspired by the classic Indian Motorcycle logo. This font from John Studden
also contains 52 swashes designed to attach to the ends of each character.
Old Tom from Tom Kennedy
, is a condensed vintage style originally inspired by a late 1800's "French Condensed" sign painter's style.
was inspired by the Boston Red Sox logo, which itself is modeled after old circus poster lettering from the late 1800's.
masterful script features sharp edges for bold, attention-grabbing results.