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Melkslijter Family

With a stylish Dutch accent, this font draws inspiration from a 1935 brochure by the talented graphic designer and artist Dirk Hart.

Melkslijter brings different hand-drawn lettershapes on upper- and lower-case slots, a nice set of ornaments and complete sets of initial and terminal swashes. In OpenType savvy applications the swashes can be conveniently applied with the click of a button, thanks to the smart OpenType programming, which will automagically change the first and last letters in words with its corresponding initial or terminal forms. There are also some stylistic alternates for a yet more decorated look.

The black version, with its somewhat art-deco feeling, is also highly decorative and brings the same features as the regular cut: smart swashes, different letterforms on upper and lowercase slots, ornaments and stylistic alternates.

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  • Melkslijter otf (400)
  • Melkslijter Black otf (900)

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