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Introducing Desiderata, a new must have typeface for vintage lovers. It is inspired by the the good old days, hand-crafted art and artisans of the past. Desiderata is intended to convey that hand made aesthetics of neo-nostalgia and vintage feeling many of designers are trying to embrace nowadays. Each letter was hand drawn with great attention then accurately digitized with slightly imperfect edges to ensure that vintage authenticity and feel of age.

It is a great idea to use it for logos, inspirational quotes, t-shirt graphics, typography art, apparel, labels, badges, posters,business cards, stylized wedding invitations, prints, signs, emblems, book cover designs headlines, titles, etc.

Desiderata is the display sans serif typeface that comes with all the essential glyphs, numbers, punctuation marks, currency symbols and multilingual characters. One of the most distinctive traits of it is that its lowercase letters have the small caps design.

Desiderata also has some cool extra features that make it more handy and versatile. There is nothing more dull than a typeface imitating handwriting but showing two identical glyphs in the places with double letters, as in ‘pretty’ for example. So I've created additional set of letters with slightly different design to let you achieve more natural and sophisticated handdrawn look of your designs by having choice between different variants of the same character. Another great feature of Desiderata is that every small cap letter has up to 12 swash alternates, that gives you a wide range of decorative possibilities (see preview images). This font has more than 1000 glyphs in total.

Here's what's included:

  • The Desiderata typeface (otf format)
  • Free Bonus: Logos, quotes and t-shirt designs you've seen on preview images in vector format with editable text (AI CS-CC, EPS CS-CC)

Please note that no mock-ups and photos used for creating previews are included.

I hope this typeface will inspire you to create some cool stuff and you'll be a little bit more creative than you would have been without it ;) Enjoy and have fun creating some great things!

  • Desiderata otf (400)

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hey! how would one access the swash alternates in Photoshop?

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Hello ,Can I use font on my work on stock photo? but not give file to customer

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