Tour de Force Font Foundry

Rough the Type

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Rough the Type Font Family

Designer:
Dušan Jelesijević, 2009


Weights & Styles:
Regular


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


Supported languages:
Albanian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian,
Faroese, French, German, Icelandic, Italian,
Malagasy, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish


Available at:
Fonts.com
FontSpring
Linotype
MyFonts
YouWorkForThem

chalkboard
protests are good
RIOTS
G8, you are F-I-N-I-S-H-E-D
Molotov
RAISE YOUR VOICE

Handy smallcaps font, roughly written by Dusan "Dustin" Jelesijevic. He wanted to make font that would be "scary" and "serious" at the same time. Wanna-be-horror and punk-rock-out-of-beers typeface's style invites all interest minors and adults to use this fonts for miscellaneous rebel-yeah situations. For example, if you like to protest in a public against Tour De Force font foundry, please write transparent using this font, it will hurt us bad. Just don't hack our site with message written in Rough the Type. If you write with West European characters, love being nerdy and to kick some schmucks in the brain, Rough the Type is at your service. And remember - I know what font you used last summer!!!

▪ 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.

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.