Rock Salt Font is a Handwritten and Script typeface that is published by Font Diner, Inc. DBA Sideshow. Rock Salt was hand-crafted with felt-tip markers for a personal look.
The styling and designing of this font have been under the supervision of Squid. Squid got the inspiration for this typeface styling from the handwritten artist brochure work.
Rock Salt has been expanded and enhanced with more characters, dynamic OpenType features, and high-fidelity detail. Font Diner has created more than 1,200 original typefaces.
It is the perfect Font for a variety of design works, from Regular project headings. Squid has added a unique touch to make the design incredible. We are providing a free download font on AllFont.net.
This hand-drawn Rock Salt-Regular font contains 228 unique glyphs and 99 defined characters with 67 supported languages, categories belonging to brushed, handwritten fonts, and rough.
Rock Salt Font
|Font Name:||Rock Salt Font|
|Style:||Handwritten, Script, Typeface|
|License:||Free for Personal Use|
|Files:||Rock Salt (Truetype)|
Font Diner was launched by Stuart Sandler in 1996 and has inspired generations of designers with retro design software products influenced by 1950s popular culture.
It was published in 2010 by Font Diner, Inc. DBA Sideshow. This fine-quality font has come with one unique style which includes Regular Style and 400 weight with version 1.001.
Rock Salt Font is Licensed under the Apache License 2.0. It means you can freely use this font for commercial, personal, and in your product & projects – print or digital.
Sandler launched Mister Retro in 2004 featuring Photoshop plug-ins and original clipart. He later acquired and began a revival of both the Filmotype and Lettering Inc. phototype libraries with over 200 revival releases to date.
Rock Salt is a trademark of Font Diner, Inc. DBA Sideshow. This is a free typeface for trading-level designs and commercial use with a size of only 108Kb.
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