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Bold Riley font

Bold Riley a handmade serif display typeface, with a sailor pirate twist.

Each and every character was drawn by hand, that gives it a more human touch.

The pen and ink give the lines a wobbly, kind of grunge feeling. That makes it look aged—like a good vintage port or grog as a Pirate might say.

If this typeface was a celebrity it would be more Jack Sparrow than James Dean. Don't get me wrong, it's still a bit of a Rebel.

Font usage

With its friendly but rough hand-lettered look Bold Riley is ideal for packaging, invitations, cards, logos and anything where you want a handmade feeling.

What's included?

  • Uppercase and lowercase letters
  • Punctuation
  • Symbols
  • Numbers
  • Western, Central and South-Eastern European characters
  • TTF and OTF formats

If you need any help or have questions just ask.

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My other fonts

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  • Oblique otf (700)
  • Bold-Riley otf (700)

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