Power Tie: New Font

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powertiefbPower tie is based on a design for hand lettering from the 1930s.  It was originally done as a conceptual design for signage in a men’s haberdashery.  It is a handsome, muscular font in the Art Deco tradition.

It includes a full character set with numbers and punctuation, and a set if inverse initial characters as the uppercase character set.

You can try the DEMO version of Power Tie for free. The demo version has a limited version of the outline character set. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24.

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2 comments on “Power Tie: New Font

  1. Jo Johnston

    Please, don’t laugh. But what, exactly, do I get if I order a font from Scriptorium? And, how, exactly, would I use it? The information you provide on this site is great but I have no idea how it works. Of course, I’m really old and used to to hand lettered signs a long time ago.

  2. Did you get some of your thoughts from here (similar perspective): [Link deleted]

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