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Dambera


Dambera Font Family

Designer:
Dušan Jelesijević, 2016


Weights & Styles:
Regular


Supported codepages:
1252 Latin 1
1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
1254 Turkish
1257 Windows Baltic
Mac Character Set


Supported languages:
Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish,
Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese,
French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian,
Latvian, Lithuanian, Malagasy, Maltese,
Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak,
Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish


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delikates
Silly Questions
mala radnja svega po malo
Prohibition
March 22nd is national quit your job day.
Levitation
I only eat candy

Dambera is a made up word I used as planet name in my first comic published in a kids magazine when I was 6 years old. Dambera font has pretty similar reference - it’s a simple script font I initially designed for wedding invitations and restaurant menus, but it can have wide appliance in every design field, from posters, book covers, outdoor signes to labels and packages. It contains a set of stylistic ligatures and swash alternates, as well as a small set of floral dingbats. Also contains a set of characters with specific endings (in OpenType terminology, better known under FINA term).

▪ Regular
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

▪ Regular
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.
Quads of blowzy fjord ignite map vex'd chicks.

▪ Hidden Dingbats

▪ Alternates #1 ▪ Alternates #2 ▪ and many ligatures

Font Weight: Regular    Font Size: 30pxRemove
Years ago a country boy heard or read that if a simple box having a hole of a certain size were set upon a post in March or early April it would not be long before bluebirds would be around to see if the place would do as a summer cottage. So he took an old paint keg such as white lead is sold in, nailed a cover across the top, cut an opening in the side and then placed it on a post ten or twelve feet high.