Excited to release my first full functioning typeface!
Intended to be used as a title font. Named after my grandfather who drove a 76' Chrysler Cordoba and smoked out of an old wooden pipe. He was rad.
5 months ago
P.S. I made this guy in 24 hours on a super limited type program so my apologies for the horrific kerning.
I'd love to see how you guys use it so please keep me posted!
nice work Ben! This typeface is great. Excellent choice of name (it also shares the same first 3 letters as 'Vintage' which is relevant too). downloaded.
I consider this my first Christmas present Ben :) Thanks for sharing!
This is what you made me do ;)
Great typeface! It'll definitely come in handy!
Sweeeeet! I've been waiting weeks for this! Looks great! Can't wait to put it into use today. Fantastic job @Ben Suarez
I will use this in my next line!!! really great @Ben Suarez truly thanks for sharing!
thanks for your time!
well it looks nice man! thanks for sharing. Question did you use TypeTool to make it. Because I did used it for my font.
This looks excellent! Thanks for the freebie.
Great stuff, was waiting for this!
Thanks for the kind words, all!
@Dan Fleming Didn't even think of that, happy accident.
@Peter Bacallao @Nicholas D'Amico Excited to see how you fellas use it!
@Mo Hashim I used Glyphs Mini. Considering its price, it's great for quick projects.
Dude this is great! I took a quick run this morning and fixed most of the kerning and gave it a simple oblique version too. Use it however you wish or scrap it:
Hope that helps though!
this is very nice. Thanks!
Very neat. Hope to use this in some projects soon.
Awesome!! Adding it to my cadre of new fonts to experiment with now! Great work Senor Suarez.
@Cody Saya Thanks brotha! I know it's in good hands!
Awesome font man! Thanks!
4 months ago
Thank you so much for sharing. I can wait to play with this handsome fella.
Hey, this is a great title typeface! Is it open license?
2 months ago
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