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Oak & Ash - Hand Drawn Font

Introductory Rate of $12 - Limited Time Only (20% off)

Oak & Ash was inspired by my first hand drawn font, Parker. http://on.be.net/1nKYvDW

If you liked Parker, you'll love Oak & Ash. This is a cleaned up version with some alternates as capital letters. It's perfect for your hand drawn logos and branding. This font comes in .TTF format and includes 10 numbers, Various Glyphs, 26 letters with 5 alternates. This font is best when used with my other hand drawn fonts: Sergeant and Pearl District. Grab it now for the Introductory rate of only $12.


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Textures made with Dusty's Print Shop from Ian Barnard: https://creativemarket.com/ianbarnard

Photo on the logo mock up provided by John Thatcher: http://instagram.com/johnthatcher

Thank you

  • Oak & Ash ttf (400)

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