Classic Font: Evadare Enhanced

Evadare is a stylish text font which we originally released in 2002. It is based on a character set which was hand calligraphed by Rudolf Koch, which take a stylized approach to the idea of a classical Roman-style font. Evadare is both readable and full of personality. For those who are curious about such things, the name of the font comes from a character in Manly Wade Wellman’s classic stories of John the Balladeer collected in his book Who Fears the Devil, which I recommend highly.

This new release of Evadare upgrades the original substantially, adding an expanded character set and custom bold and italic versions of the font. The italic is particularly stylish, with some script-like characteristics which make it very distinctive. And now all three styles are available in a single package at a reasonable combined price. The demo version combines the standard uppercase with the custom lowercase from the italic version.

You can download and try the demo version of Evadare in TrueType format for Mac or PC. The full version of the font with the new lowercase is available from our ordering site.

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