Romark Font

It’s the time of year when we do a lot of design for political posters and some of those projects need special fonts. On this kind of work we already get a lot of mileage out of fonts like Aventine and Atinson Egyptian, but we needed more diversity and something with a different look. Fonts for campaign posters can’t be terribly subtle. They have to be bold and visible from a moving car. So when we needed a heavy weight serif font, we came up with something unique to meet the need. The result is Romark, a font which looks a bit like a typewriter on way too many steroids or an attempt to draw Courier with a really large and not very sharp crayon. It was hand lettered and then the outlines were tuned up, but it still has a bit of a rough character. It’s very readable and highly visible and perfect for use on posters where you need a bold statement and don’t want something too generic looking.

You can try the DEMO version of Romark for free. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24online and download it right away.

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One comment on “Romark Font

  1. Sheila

    Links for demo version do not work … get page not found (404 error).
     

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