Free font: Lobster | How About Orange

June 01, 2010

Free font: Lobster

Designed by Pablo Impallari, The Lobster Font is a charming script you can download and use for websites and publications both personal and commercial, according to its SIL Open Font License. Learn about ligatures, terminal forms, and the labor of love embarked on by type designers, plus get the latest version of Lobster right here. Thank you, Mr. Impallari.

22 comments:

Liz said...

Awesome, thanks for the link! Do you have a favorite place to get (free or for a fee) commercial use fonts?

Jess said...

I like My Fonts or Veer.

Grandma G said...

Ligatures... terminal forms...

Sounds ominous!

Jess said...

Ha, I guess it does! Kind of serial killer-like.

coolkids said...

very cool! Btw I am a chicago girl too.:)

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Thanks for sharing! http://barefootbysea.blogspot.com

Natasha said...

This is so cool. Reminds me of the font you sometimes found on fish n' chips along the seafront. xxx

aspen said...

Where are the freakin quizes?!?! I need my quizzes!! I dont need no stinkin fonts!!

Jess said...

If you write one, I'll link to it.

Pablo Impallari said...

Hey! Thanks you for spreading the word!
Enjoy the font.

Pablo

Kimber said...

This font rocks! Ha (rock lobster! Sorry couldn't resist it...)
Now if only I can figure out how to use it. :-)

Müllerin Art said...

Thank you for sharing, a great font, even for german words!

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Thanks! This is awesome! Will

Bek said...

ohhhh, I like it.

I am terribly addicted to fonts, and you always find great ones!

angie jones said...

Veer has awesome for pay commercial fonts. Font Squirrel, http://www.fontsquirrel.com has awesome free commercial fonts.

Sherri Benson said...

Thank you so much, love the font.

Anonymous said...

thank you thank you thank you!!! cant wait to use it :)

Amy @ Living Locurto said...

This is a good one!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link- question: this is a .vfb file- can someone advise me how I can install this? I am more familiar with true type fonts. Thanks! Chris

Jess said...

The font should be an .otf file. You can google how to install an "open type font" or .otf file. Or if you're on a Mac, you can just double click it and I believe you'll be asked if you want to install it. On a PC, I have no idea, but I think dafont.com has instructions for installing fonts on both operating systems.

Candice said...

yum. thanks!

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