October 12th, 2013

Kersten uses Ticket Capitals on cute products

Dutch import and design company Kersten has used Ticket Capitals on some of their graphic products. Very cute!

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If you are all lucky enough to have Ticket Caps in rubber, you could [read more…]

September 14th, 2012

Ending the Sexual Dark Age uses Respess in Logo

Well, ain’t that swell!?

I got turned on (ahem) to this nifty podcast recently, and when I got around to checking out their website, I discovered that they’ve used Respess Capitals Medium for their logo.

Check it out:

May 22nd, 2010

New! Vintage Rubber Stamp Alphas!

Free download of grayscale raster image files of vintage rubber stamp impressions for layout and scrapbooking.

If you’re into digital scrapbooking or other kinds of Photoshop layout, you know that fonts are great, but they can’t give you the shades of gray that say “real stamping”. Sometimes you want that authentic look but either you [read more…]

May 22nd, 2010

New font! No 130 Fulton Street

Another new font from antique rubber stamps! This set is probably the Fulton Sign Writer Artistamp set, but I’m not entirely certain because it was just thrown into the case with the larger Fulton Sign and Price Markers set I used for a previous font.

May 19th, 2010

Shabby Shoppe

Some of you have been dropping by from TheShabbyShoppe.com. Welcome!

For those of you who haven’t seen it, the folks there used two of my fonts, Respess Capitals and Halcyon, for their digital scrapbooking how-to tutorial. Like so…

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