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Dogtown sans serif headline font

Dogtown is my attempt at adding a massive amount of texture to a font. I used my own rolled ink textures to give that old school printed look and feel. It has a mix of three styles to give that wood type vintage letterpress effect.

It works best at large sizes as there is so much detail.

It has 4 versions in total

  • Dogtown 1 - With light texture
  • Dogtown 2 - With medium texture
  • Dogtown 3 - With heavy texture
  • Dogtown (regular) - Contains all of the above using contextual alternatives.

Contextual alternatives

That means it will alternate between 3 glyphs for each letter, number and punctuation mark. You will need to turn of contextual alternatives option in your design package for this to work.

You can also switch out letters by selecting through the glyphs palette or by selecting Dogtown one, two or three font.

The intention was to make everything look more irregular and less repetitive, more like natural letterpress printing.

It includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers, punctuation, symbols, western european, central european and South Eastern glyphs. The font format is otf. In the main regular font (with contextual alternatives) it has over 600 glyphs!

Dogtown free demo version

You can test drive Dogtown for the price of a tweet. Its limited to just uppercase/lowercase letters and numbers and a full stop. So thats 63 glyphs in total, and its for non—commercial usage.


Please note: contextual alternatives don't work in the preview below.

Check out my other fonts—

  • Dogtown otf (400)
  • Dogtown One otf (400)
  • Dogtown Two otf (400)
  • Dogtown Three otf (400)

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