Decorative Font With Temper
Wood Block Font is a decorative font with an outspoken tone. This is not a standard classical typeface; however, there are some traits in the shape of the wooden font that will remind you of all western – and even circus-like vintage posters. Thanks to the external appearance Wood Block Font looks quite modern at the same time and this fact makes it almost a universal pick for designs of different kinds. The wooden pattern on the surface of this beautiful alphabet and an interesting color palette makes this amazing typeface a lovable part of any project.
Lachlan Philp is a letterer, illustrator and occasional designer. He currently bases himself in Melbourne, Australia. Philip is exploring all forms of typography, calligraphy and lettering. He applies it in various areas of design and the creative industry – from branding and logos, apparel, advertising, publication and book design and editorial design.
Are you a fan of wood typography or the decorative one? Or you are looking for a western font? Maybe, you’d like to purchase a unique typeface? Please, feel free to search for it among fonts made by hand. Browse and buy fonts like Wood Ride Font, Vintage Box Red Font or Horseshoe Font.
How To Create Cool Designs With Amazing Typeface
This amazing typeface is such an example of typography that can be suitable almost everywhere. One of the best ideas is to use Wood Block Font as a western font for old-fashioned design concepts.
Basic Font Description
Each letter comes as a separate PNG file on a transparent background. Each image has the high resolution size of 5000x5000px. This downloadable package contains 39 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.
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.