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The HIPTON 50% OFF

Introducing new layered font family it's call the Hipton. Inspired from single stroke gothic letter of sign painting and make it layered. This is collection of type with a layered type system, many possibilities combination and options. As a display typeface Hipton is suitable for headlines, logotypes, signs, posters, greeting card, letterhead, t-shirt, and many more.

WHATS INCLUDED

  • The Hipton Font : 7 OTF File Hipton Regular, Line , Inline, Outline, Extrude, Extrude Shadow, and Extrude Line
  • The Hipton Extras : OTF, EPS (CS2), and PNG with any object that has been separated
  • The Hipton Artwork : This is some example artwor used the hipton Font. There's Ai CS2 file that you can learn and can be edited as you like

I hope you enjoying using The Hipton !

Thanks Ilhamherry

  • Hipton Sans otf (400)
  • Hipton Extras otf (400)
  • Hipton Sans Line otf (400)
  • Hipton Sans Inline otf (400)
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