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Pepperwood™

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What is the Pepperwood™ font?

Pepperwood is a joint work of the typeface designers K.B. Chansler, C. Crossgrove and C. Twombly. These artists also created the typefaces Rosewood, Zebrawood and Ponderosa together and as the names suggest, all of these typefaces are so-called wood types. The origins of this kind of typeface can be found in the early 19th century. Called Italian or Italienne, these typefaces quickly became very popular. They are distinguished by square serifs whose width is larger than the stroke width of the characters. When the letters are set together, the heavy serifs build dark horizontal bands. Pepperwood has a couple of unique characteristics of its own. Small squares decorate the middle of the letters and the edges of the serifs are not straight, rather, they have small, fine tips. Pepperwood is reminiscent of the Wild West with its shootouts and heroes, but also suggests the glamor of the 1970s with their platform shoes and wild hair-dos. The different weights allow a large range of design possibilities. Used carefully in headlines, Pepperwood is sure to draw attention.

Pepperwood™ Font families

The Pepperwood™ includes the following font families:

  • Pepperwood Regular
  • Pepperwood Outline
  • Pepperwood Fill

Pepperwood™ Preview

Here is a preview of how Pepperwood™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.

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Is Pepperwood™ Free to Download?

No, every font we feature is a premium, paid-for font. Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of Pepperwood™.

It is very unlikely you'll be able to find it for free, you risk getting viruses on your computer, and even if you do find it please remember that it's illegal to use it if you didn't pay for it!

If you really want Pepperwood™ then click here to visit the download and purchase page on MyFonts to get it with the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their work. :)