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Isn't this font used in LittleBigPlanet 2?
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please send me a personal message with your contact information regarding obtaining this font for commercial use.
LOVE this font! Great job!
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I would love to use your font for commercial use. Can you please let me know how to contact you regarding this.
Thanks so much!
This font is free! Anyone can use it for commercial purposes.
The font is great, but "E" and "A" doesn't display correctly in Firefox, Chrome and Opera. I use @font-face. Could you help me?
How can I use this font in Microsoft office PowerPointt? I'm doing a project and really want to use this font. Please get back as soon as possible. Thank you.
please send me a personal message with your contact information regarding obtaining this font for commercial use (in order to respect proscedure of our legal departement). Thank you in advance!
What brush did you use to draw the letters? I'm wanting to do an illustration in the same style as this font so they'll match. Any info is appreciated.
I actually used a ballpoint pen to draw the letters.
Earl Sweatshirt used this font for the cover art on his latest single "Chum". Good work!
@notfon1234 -- this is literally one of my top 5 favorite fonts in my list. I use it all the time. I am actually putting it in my book that is about to be published! I can't thank you enough for making this available for commercial purposes! I wish I could send you a thank you card ;-) ((let's pretend this is one, I guess!)) You're great! Thanks again!
I absolutely love this font! Does anyone know if this font can be used on t-shirts? In other words, are the line widths at least 1.5 mm?
Hi, I love this font, too. Unfortunately I cannot get access to it with word on my mac, despite it is in the library. Any idea why? Thank you!