Free font: Moonshiner | How About Orange

January 08, 2013

Free font: Moonshiner

Mattox Shuler has designed a new typeface called Moonshiner. It comes in uppercase regular and italic, with a few alternate characters when you type in lowercase. Find a link to download it for free right here.

I can visualize it on the menus for the new pub you're opening. Where you sell locally-sourced free range chicken and craft beers, and all your customers wear beards and tattoos and skinny jeans. Right?

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13 comments:

Grandma G said...

My new pub?! Umm... right.

Mum

sharnjean said...

i love this font, but am having trouble getting it saved to the proper place on my computer! I somehow did great with the "grand hotel" font you posted, but can't get this one! would you mind giving a computer dummy some step by step advice? :) thanks!

Jessica Jones said...

Sharnjean, are you on a Mac or PC? I don't know much about fonts on PCs.... I'd have to Google.

Jessica Jones said...

On an unrelated note, I have spotted exactly the right customer for the pub. See here.

Grandma G said...

Precisely the kind of customer I have in mind for my pub!!

Mum

Jessica Jones said...

I thought so.

Kate said...

Did the chickens have friends? Were they popular in their social groups? How local are they?

Jessica Jones said...

Thanks for the giggle, Kate. :)

sharnjean said...

I have a PC...will have to google it! thanks anyway! :)

Kris Robitzsch said...

Loved the font. I think I want it for my next design concept.

Margeaux Knight said...

Great font! Will be saving for a project I'm working on soon. Can't wait! Thanks for sharing!

Deb said...

I LOVE your comments about who would use this font professionally. Your description sounds exactly like so many places around here...the food, the designer beer, the tattoos, on and on...amazing. I should pay more attention to the menu font next time and not just what I'm going to eat and drink. (By the way, I live in Oregon). Thanks so much.

Jessica Jones said...

Ah ha! You are second only to Vermont in number of craft breweries per capita.

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