Horseshoe Font Protects You From The Evil
Despite being a clear saloon typeface Horseshoe Font can also do another important thing. The western font can be your own protective charm against bad fairies. We created this horse typeface thinking about an old superstition about horseshoes. According to a legend, once upon a time there was a blacksmith, Dunstan, who had a very scary visitor. The devil himself appeared at his doorstep demanding Dunstan to shoe his horse. Instead of doing so, the blacksmith shoed the devil to the floor and agreed to release him after the evil spirit promised that no demon or ghost will harm a person if there is a horseshoe in his or her house.
For this reason, we view this handmade font as an amulet that will help you in any tricky situation. Besides, we love horses and making something about them was such a fun that we couldn’t help but producing this lucky font.
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The western genre goes back into the design spotlight, and this western font will help you to grab this attention. Horseshoe Font will be an ingenious choice for a movie poster, especially if this film reminds works by Quentin Tarantino. Do you remember ‘Hateful Eight’? That’s it. And sure, you shouldn’t forget about horses. How about a sequel to one of our beloved cartoons, ‘Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron’?
Basic Font Description
Each letter was made through photographing. Each letter comes as a separate PNG file on a transparent background. Each image has the high resolution size of 2400x2800px. This downloadable package contains 51 files. PNG images can be opened and edited with all major image and document layout applications. You can change the color of letters. For this, you need basic skills in using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, etc.
This font set contains all the elements besides letters, such as figures, punctuation marks and currency symbols.
All letters and glyphs that comprises this font you can see on the preview.
Additional Font Info
Please note: these are NOT keyable fonts (TTF or OTF). They are either raster images or vector files. Each letterform or shape will need to be hand-set and composed.