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Rosetta SVG Color Font

I'm happy to introduce my new and very first color font: Rosetta. It is available in 2 different forms: SVG & Solid. You may know what a SVG font is, but this one have something special: I've made it with bright colors!

Keep in mind that a SVG style requires Photoshop CC 2017 or Illustrator CC 2018 (or newer) to use. But I've added a solid version so you can enjoy this font with any other program!

I've also included a Photoshop file for you to access the full character set in high definition. You'll just have to use this layered file to drag & drop, or copy & paste any glyph into your workspace.


  • Rosetta SVG Color - With it's painted texture and a great color scheme, you'll be able to create fantastic graphic titles for your documents. In a few quick steps, you'll have the possibility to change the color palette to obtain exactly what you want! Check my video in the thumbnails to see how it works. In one word: easy!

  • Rosetta Black - This font contains exactly the same glyphs and design but this is the solid version, without any color. It works like any other .ttf font, with your favourite app.

  • Photoshop layered file - A high definition layered file with all the glyphs in color! Works with Photoshop but also Affinity, Gimp, Photofiltre... I'll suggest to check if your program can open PSD files.


I've added to this font a complete set of lowercase alternates and contextual ligatrures. It means that each lowercase is provided with an alternate glyph, to obtain a better handwritten style. The easiest way to use these alternates and ligatures is via the Glyphs panel of Photoshop or Illustrator (see my video in the thumbnails for a quick tutorial). But you can still access all these alternates with the separate .ttf alternate file provided with both version of the font. The ligatures are in the numeral keys.

I really really hope that you will take as much pleasure to use this font that I took to create it!

If you have any question, feel free to write me a word about it, it's always a pleasure for me to help.

Have a great day with Rosetta!

Clem / StereoType

  • Rosetta Color ttf (400)
  • Rosetta Color Alt ttf (400)
  • Rosetta Black ttf (900)
  • Rosetta Black Alt ttf (900)

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