all that inspires me to live each day yearning to evolve as an artist, as a person.... makes me want to walk faster as there is so much more to see & yet makes me want to stroll along observing every little thing around... full of beauty.. full of wonderful things... all that imbibed together creates ART....
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Title: WSBKJ 2/5
Silk screen on paper. 45x45
A softer and warmer companion to Thirsty Script, this new Thirsty Soft Font Family from Yellow Design Studio features 6 different weights, dozens of languages and a variety of stylistic alternates. Act fast, because for a very limited time, you can save 80% off the regular price.
Some of the highlights of the new Thirsty Font Family:
- Softer, Warmer Version of Thirsty Script
You loved Yellow Design Studio’s Thirsty Script, with its caffeinated style and sharp edges. Well, now meet its rounder, warmer, softer and extra-vintage sister Thirsty Soft! It’s practically exploding with so much friendliness, you probably want to hug it. But you can’t. Because it’s a font.
- 6 Different Weights
Your purchase of Thirsty Soft gets you all 6 of the family’s different weights. There’s everything from Light to Black, so you’ll have half a dozen different fonts to play with on your latest project.
- Additional Coolness
With Thirsty Soft, you’ll also get loads of options and features to work with. Besides offering some more traditional stem alternates, the Thirsty Soft family also includes a number of bonus alternates including squared off stems for a more traditional feel (accessed using the Swash feature) Stylistic Alternates that add a touch of extra flair, and some unique ligatures.
To check the full deal and purchase the fonts, proceed to the Mighty Deals website!
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