Locksley Font



We have done a number of fonts based on unique, historic movie titles. The most well known and widely circulated is our Captain Kidd font, but we have another historic movie font based on an even more famous movie, our Locksley font which comes from the titles of the Adventures of Robin Hood the black and white classic starring Errol Flynn.

It has an authentic medieval look, though the combination of elements of gothic and black letter styles is not strictly historical and certainly not right for the period in which the movie is set. However it does work on a title card and looks pretty good in other applications as well.

This is a new and revised version of Locksley, with the weight and propostions of the characters significantly adjusted and a number of new characters added.

You can try the DEMO version of Locksley for free. The demo has a limited character set. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24 and download it right away.

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One comment on “Locksley Font

  1. T J Buckley

    FYI – The Adventures of Robin Hood was not a black-and-white movie – it was filmed in glorious Technicolor and was released by Warner Bros. Studios in 1938, a full year ahead of The Wizard of Oz and Gone With The Wind – your graceful font is a fitting tribute to that wonderful film


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