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Jerome Vintage Typeface

This font family release is inspired by the semi-abandoned mining town of Jerome, Arizona. It is reminiscent of the classic condensed and wide-serif headlines you might find in the newspapers or painted on storefront signs from that era.

JEROME ONE (which has a rough, hand-drawn outline) and JEROME TWO-FOUR (which has the same rough, hand-drawn outline as well as varying degrees of distressed halftone) are supplied in both .OTF and .TTF versions. Each font has upper and lower case as well as numbers and special characters. This family supports multi-lingual so If I have missed anything please let me know. A set of matching wide versions of each style is also included. All version have built in imperfections that will display differently at different point sizes. The letter spacing is intentionally loose to give it that old-time look and feel.

These are best used with Illustrator or the like where you can see/access all the glyphs. Photoshop Creative Cloud users now have a glyphs panel as well so you can easily access any character.

Additional Notes:

  • Switching the anti-alias setting to "smooth" in Photoshop may produce the best results.
  • JEROME should perform better in opentype applications.
  • Also included in this are 6 bonus distressing screens in vector as well as hi-res, transparent png's.

Likes, feedback and follows are all welcome.

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  • Jerome One otf (400)
  • Jerome Two otf (400)
  • Jerome Four otf (400)
  • Jerome Three otf (400)
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