What is the Maculature font?
Maculature features grunge, uneven look inspired by letters from old posters and advertisements. Capital glyphs are, although damaged, satisfactorily legible, whereas instead of lowercase letters, capital glyphs are placed, also featuring nearly abstract, hard to read dirty looks damaged spots and stains. The overall visual experience is rough. Capitals are legible and of small size, whereas the second group can be used only in bigger size, whereby rendering an interesting text texture in the course of alternate use. The font contains all the Latin accented characters used in European languages, Cyrillic and various ancillary graphemes, ornaments and rough lines.
Maculature Font families
The Maculature includes the following font families:
Here is a preview of how Maculature will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.