Font | Hand Stamp Slab Serif Rough

The typeface “Hand Stamp Slab Serif Rough” is designed for the Typo Graphic Design font foundry in 2017 by Manuel Viergutz. The display font with a classic slab serif type for headlines, based on real rubber stamp letters for a authentic, rough & dirty used stamp-style by hand.

Vintage-look plus state-of-the-art automatic generated OpenType-features (like contextual alternates (calt)). That looped automatically the 5 different letter variants for an individual, varied look. Just a natural handmade character.

For use in logos, magazines, posters, advertisement plus as webfont for decorative headlines. The font works best for display size.

1031 glyphs with 5× A–Z, 0–9 & a–z and 70+ decorative extras like arrows, dingbats, symbols, geomatric shapes, catchwords and many alternative letters. A range of figure set options like oldstyle figures and additionally deco­ra­tive liga­tures (type the word “love” for ❤ … ), Ver­sal Eszett (German Capital Sharp S) and symbols & emojis.

Have fun with this font & use the DEMO-FONT (with reduced glyph-set) FOR FREE!

■ Font Name: Hand Stamp Slab Serif Rough
■ Font Weights: Regu­lar + Mix + DEMO (with reduced glyph-set)
■ Fonts Cate­gory: Dis­play for Head­line Size
■ Font For­mat: .otf (Open­Type Font for Mac + Win) + .ttf (True­Type Font)
■ Glyph cover­age: 1031
■ Spe­cials: Alter­na­tive let­ters, sty­listic sets, automatic con­text­ual alter­nates via Open­Type Fea­ture (5× different versions of A–Z & 0–9 + a–z), Euro, kerning pairs, stan­dard & deco­ra­tive liga­tures, Ver­sal Eszett (German Capital Sharp S), 70 extras like Dingbats & Symbols, arrows, hearts, emojis/smileys, stars, further numbers, lines & shapes
■ Design Date: 2017
■ Type Desi­gner: Manuel Vier­gutz

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