Numi Tea Featuring Rackham Font

Numi Tea Featuring Rackham Font

We often feature products which use our fonts in their packaging or content, but most of the time those are printed products like books and games. One very different example of our fonts in use which we found recently was in the packaging of Numi brand teas, which have been using our Rackham font as their logo font for about …


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Abaddon – Bullet for My Valentine Logo Font

This may take on something of the character of a true confession when I have to start by admitting that I spent way too much time this afternoon at the local mall with my 10-year-old daughter shopping for trendy merchandise at Hot Topic. While she looked at Adventure Time and Dr. Who items, my eye was caught by our Abaddon …


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Captain Kidd Font in The Last Battle

I was walking through the local comic store today when my eye was caught by a comic with a cover of muscular Romans fighting in a huge battle on a comic called The Last Battle. I’m a sucker for anything historical involving Rome, a theme not explored enough in the graphic genre, but what held my eye even more was …


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Interlude Font on Lucini Pasta Sauce Labels

While wandering through the gourmet section of the local grocery store I encountered a very high end brand of pasta sauce made by Lucini Italia which uses our Interlude font for the product names on the labels of many of their products. A pint jar of sauce runs about $10 from various online retailers and they have nine different flavors …


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Gehenna Font in Terran Games “Life Spinner”

Our fonts show up in some interesting places and unusual media. One of the coolest examples of this is the use of the Gehenna font in Terran Games’ pewter “Life Spinner.” The Life Spinner is a tool for card and roleplaying gamers to keep track of the life points or energy or other values in a game. It’s a high quality …


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And I Hesitate to Mention…

While trapped in a hospital recovery room with a very limited selection of cable channels and at the mercy of the occupant’s remote control, I stumbled on one of our fonts in use in a context I hesitate to even mention. It turns out that our Goodfellow font is the title font in the British television monstrosity “My Big Fat …


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Goodfellow Font in Django Unchained

I notice from our keyword tracking that we are getting a lot of hits from people looking for fonts from the movie Django Unchained. Not surprising give the striking retro-graphics which are common in Tarantino films. I suspect that most of them are looking for the font used in the titles or on the poster and I’m afraid that right …


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Folkard Font featured in Bard’s Tale

Bard’s Tale is a venerable computer game which has gone through many versions and updates. In its latest incarnation as a multiplayer roleplaying game App for tablets and smartphones it has gone through a look and feel upgrade, and part of that upgrade is new title graphics which (like so many other fantasy themed games) feature our Folkard Font prominently. …


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Hesperides at True Blue Tattoo

One of the trendy local tattoo parlors here in Austin is True Blue Tattoo. They have a large staff of tattoo artists who do some very nice body art, including several who specialize in cool designs with calavera themes. But what I found most exciting on a recent visit to their website was their decision to feature some of our …


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Vintage Fonts in The Artist

After seeing it win all sorts of Oscars I had to sneak out for a matinee of The Artist yesterday. I had already been advised that it was worth checking out for its use of vintage fonts, including some of ours, and it seemed like I shouldn’t put it off any longer. While the film was certainly enjoyable both as …


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Folkard Appearing in The Woman in Black

My daughters persuaded me to join them for a trip to see Daniel Radcliffe in the new version of The Woman in Black and although I certainly enjoyed seeing a new film which was very much in the Hammer Films tradition, a pleasant bonus surprise was discovering that our Folkard font makes an uncredited appearance in the film. The movie …


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Fonts in Arthur Christmas

Took the kiddies to see Arthur Christmas today. The film was pretty good as animated Christmas fare goes. Light and full of action with some very good animation from Aardman, which has branched out from their long history of doing excellent stop motion work into 3D digital animation. But for me a surprise bonus at the end of the film …


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St. Nicholas Font on The Daily Show

Our St. Nicholas font has become so closely associated with the Christmas holiday that it seems to be showing up everywhere with the season approaching. Last year it showed up on Saturday Night Live and last night it was used on a title card for a comedy piece on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with John Stewart, accompanied by a …


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Rosemont Font in Upcoming Borrowers Movie

Hayao Miyazaki who brought us great animated fantasy films like Ponyo, Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away the the head of Studio Ghibli in Japan and they are carrying on his tradition with films directly by his proteges. They have a deal with Disney to distribute their new films here in the United States and their latest new …


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Scurlock Featured in New Cthulhu Movie

While looking for something good to watch on Netflix I stumbled on a movie recently released on DVD called The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu. I wasn’t expecting much from a low budget independent horror film, but watching turned out to be a series of pleasant surprises. The first and biggest surprise was that my font Scurlock was featured as …


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Valdemar Font on Harry Potter Wands

With the dramatic opening of the last film in the Harry Potter series opening this weekend it seemed appropriate to mention a little bit of the history of the relationship between the movies and Scriptorum Fonts. Way back when the first movie came out we were cotacted by the merchandising team and a deal was struck where a set of …


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