Designed by Manuel Viergutz, Hand Stamp Gothic Rough is a grunge font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Typo Graphic Design.
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A two font family. This contains every font in the Hand Stamp Gothic Rough Family.
Hand Stamp Gothic Rough is based on real vintage rubber stamp letters from Germany. A classic American gothic face mixed with a modern condensed sans serif type. Rough & dirty with a authentic hand stamped look for a warm analogue vintage charm.
It started analogous with only a few rubber stamps and finally it was digital 776 glyphs. With 4 × A–Z, 4 × 0–9, 4 × a–z and many other alternative glyphs like @. Plus modern OpenType Features like contextual alternates (automatic generated loop for letter variation). The different variations from the dynamic pressure by hand intended to show the hand-made nature and creates a liveliness in the display font.
The font has 80 decorative extras in the form of symbols & dingbats like arrows, hearts, smileys, stars, further numbers, lines & shapes. A range of figure set options like oldstyle figures, lining figures, superiors & inferiors.
Additionally standard ligatures, decorative ligatures (type the word “show” for ☛ and “love” for ❤ … ), Versal Eszett (German Capital Sharp S) and many emojis & symbols.
■ Font Name: Hand Stamp Gothic Rough
■ Font Weights: Regular & Dirty (Bold)
■ Font Category: Display for headline size
■ Font Format: .otf (OpenType Font for Mac + Win)
■ Glyph Set: 776 glyphs
■ Language Support: Basic Latin/English letters, Central Europe, West European diacritics, Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, OpenType Features, Dingbats & Symbols
■ Specials: Alternative letters, stylistic sets, automatic contextual alternates via OpenType Feature (4× different versions of A–Z & 0–9 + a–z), Euro, kerning pairs, standard & decorative ligatures, Versal Eszett (German Capital Sharp S), 80 extras like Dingbats & Symbols, arrows, hearts, emojis/smileys, stars, further numbers, lines & shapes.
■ Design Date: 2016
■ Type Designer: Manuel Viergutz