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MFC Vice Monogram

The source of inspiration for Vice Monogram is an Art Deco letterset (capitals only) from a 1915 publication by Cartier-Bresson of Paris containing classic and modern monogram patterns for embroidery. This Art Deco monogram style has been redrawn, balanced, and brought into the digital age for your type-setting use and enjoyment.

Vice Monogram can create one-, two-, or three-letter monograms as well as basic headline and titling settings. By default, Vice Monogram types in a horizontal format, but by utilizing Opentype Contextual Alternates, you can typeset in a three smallcap or smallcap-Capital-smallcap diagonal format as well! It is a refined vintage look that is perfect for a wide array of classic personalization settings. A PDF guidebook for MFC Vice Monogram font is included in the font package.

Each purchase grants a license for 250 impressions (or individual products) to be created and sold using MFC Vice Monogram. Once you have exhausted this limit, or if you need a higher impressions license to start with, simply send us a message for a custom extended license based on your needs.

  • MFC Vice Monogram Regular otf (400)
  • MFC Vice Monogram Regular ttf (400)

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