Here's a selection of projects created by our customers. Have you used our fonts in a project and want to share your work? Send an image to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include some information about your project!
This beautifully designed book cover makes great use of Dead Man's Hand, a font from our Wild West Press collection. This font was drawn by a prominent Kansas writing master. His only direction was to create a handwriting that would reflect someone who would be "handier with a six-shooter than with a pen" We believe he succeeded beautifully.
Like it Spicy?
The good folks at www.honestfoods.com have sent us some pictures of their delicious new products. All made better by our fonts smack on their labels. Check it out!
40 Rocks Design Studio loves the Wild West Press
Paul Jenkins at 40 Rocks Design Studio says "Our studio is designing 3 posters for God’s Country Outfitters and the Wild West Set was exactly what we needed to make our concept of a rugged wanted poster come to life. Needless to say, our client LOVED it! Thanks for the great stuff." You're very welcome, Paul!
Sweet Crude Bill and the Lighthouse Nautical Society
Owen Troy of Design des Troy had this to say: "I wanted to pass along a series of posters we did for a local up-and- coming rollicking seafaring country rock band Sweet Crude Bill and the Lighthouse Nautical Society. We couldn't have gotten the right off-kilter antiquity look for their sound without your Wild West type, which we used (heck, overused) in a frenzy." Well done, Owen!
The most novel use for our fonts yet!
Well here's something new - a tattoo of Henry David Thoreau sitting on a pumpkin, surrounded by his famous pronouncement "I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself than be crowded on a velvet cushion" typeset - well, inked, rather - in Webster Italic WF from the Minuteman Printshop.