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Whiskey label font + design elements

Hello everyone! This font set contains two modifications of "Whiskey font" in OTF and WOFF formats. Also there are four vector EPS10 files with illustrated examples of this font. Including decorative frames, ribbons and cardboard grungy texture. As a bonus included a hand drawn illustration of Icarus. P.S. Note, that this font includes ONLY caps letters (no digits, small letters or other symbols)

Take a look on my new product, based on this font:

https://creativemarket.com/Gleb_Guralnyk/418146-Brandy-design-set

Huge update!

  • Added more characters, such as numbers and basic punctuation (4th screenshot)
  • New font files for separated outline shape
  • Ai (CS2) files of all graphics with editable text blocks
  • Fixed few issues with kerning & letters shape

Thank you and have fun!

  • Whiskey Font One otf (400)
  • Whiskey Font Two otf (400)
  • Whiskey Font Three otf (400)

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