Classic Font: Tuscarora

We first released Tuscarora in the early 90s based on samples of rough hand-drawn poster lettering. It became very popular and ended up being used as the basis of the Beynkales font which was used in the movie Corpse Bride. The original Tuscarora has a more dramatic look than Beynkales and we’ve enhanced this new release with additional alternate characters and a full set of foreign language characters. But most of all, it remains a fun, wild font which is great for a lot of uses.

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

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