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Signpainter Font

Sign Painter Font is a serif typeface that was released under the banner of House Industries, and this typeface comes in different weights and styles.

Asees typeface is a handwritten typeface that can be used for advertisements, business cards, T-shirt designs, and wedding cards. Sign Painter Font can be used in advertisements, business cards, t-shirt designs, and wedding cards.

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Sign Painter House is a seven typeface family which contains seven different styles such as Casual, Script, Brush, Informal, Upright, Slant, and Showcard. It was inspired by the lettering on old shop signage and hand-painted shop signs in the streets.

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This typeface has many alternate characters. To access these characters, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS and Adobe InDesign CS. If you are using Adobe Photoshop CS or Adobe Image Ready CS, access the OpenType palette via Window > Character to view and enter OpenType attributes.

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Sign Painter House Casual: It is a casual script typeface with some calligraphic strokes and some monoline structure. It contains over 700 glyphs that cover most Latin-based languages (excluding CJK). Its basic letterforms are constructed to follow an imperfect logic to give it an organic feel while maintaining readability.

Sign Painter House Script: It is an italic version of Sign Painter House Casual. Sign Painter House Brush: It is a brush script typeface that is more connected than the Casual version. It contains over 780 glyphs which cover most Latin-based languages (excluded CJK).

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