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Lemon Shake, a heavy brush font

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Lemon Shake is an inky brush script with super heavy downstrokes, and skinny loops and upstrokes. It was made with a watercolor brush and my favorite black liquid watercolor, and retains all of the gorgeous wobbly textured edges for an authentic inky look.

Lemon Shake is effortlessly cool. It has a messy, careless attitude. I'm calling it my nod to 90's grunge. It's bold and attention grabbing - perfect for headlines, titles, packaging, quote art, products, and more.

Use alternate lowercase and double letter ligatures to create a perfectly hand painted look in your creations.

Includes:

  • lowercase alternates
  • some double letter ligatures
  • ten ink splatters to finish your creations: comes in AI (CC), and EPS (10)
  • Toast: a painted san serif capital font to pair with Lemon Shake for perfectly matched designs.
  • Language Support for Western European Languages
  • OTF
  • TTF
  • Webfonts

Note: Please use OTF to take advantage of OpenType features.

  • Lemon Shake otf (400)
  • Lemon Shake Toast otf (400)

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