An Unfortunate Event
Super police vraiment j'adore.
Is it legal to use this in a high school yearbook cover?
Oh man. Never imagined I'd find a Series of Unfortunate Events themed font here... Looks amazing, by the way.
yeah... but its not the one used on the Books' Cover (N)
Penguin Group Australia would like to use your font on the cover of a book.
Could you please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are able to grant us permission?
With thanks, Michelle
I really like this font! But I noticed there is no usage right's or requirement's for it. If you could fill me in and let me know what they are I would appreciate it!
Thank you very much for this beautiful font! I's wonderful!
I was searching for it and got help from a forum on an other site to find it!
Now I've got a very nice Christmas-present!
I would like to use this lovely font for a film poster we are currently designing. Could we please have your permission. You can contact me at email@example.com
I'm Guy Browning. Many thanks.
I would like to use your font for the logo of an indie game I'm helping with. Would appreciate a reply. Please send a PM.
Is this font strictly for personal use or is there a commercial license we can purchase? There is no contact information whatsoever and I'm sure myself, and several others, would love to be able to use this font on our creative projects.
It reallllly needs numbers. Such a bummer too, because otherwise it works really well as one of the fonts I want to use customizing my computer display, as in, the title bar or something. I tried it, but without the numbers, it can't display what I need to see. Even non-styled numbers would be better than the logo, but anyways, great font.
choc_tpot author of An Unfortunate Event
Feb 19, 2013
I am the creator of this font and I just wanted to explain why there can not be a commercial license for this font.
The font is based on the logo for the movie Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events. Therefore, the copyright to the original artwork is, as far as I know, owned by Warner Bros. Any characters that were not part of the logo have been created in the same style. I created the font for non profit purposes as I do not have any rights to the original artwork, and therefore I cannot profit from the use of the design (Although I guess technically I own the rights to any of the characters not used in the logo!)
The 'De-Warped' version is based on Trajan, so again, I can't claim credit for that.
Should you want permission to use the artwork this will need to be obtained through Warner Bros.
However... I'm know expert when it comes to copyright (I've had run ins with Speilbergs lawyers for a few other fonts I created in the past!), so if anyone is an expert, and believes I could license and be making money from this, by all means leave a comment here!
Sorry I couldn't be more help, and apologies I haven't previously responded to any of the comments on here. I haven't checked this for about 5 years!
Can u add that accents please