This time a present to you a handmade drybrush font called ‘Venezuela’. I made this font in honor of my country that is currently going thru really bad times.
As you may have seen on the news, Venezuelans has been protesting out in the streets for over a moth. Why are we protesting?:
- Insecurity. We are the most dangerous country in the world.
- Our inflation rate is the highest in the planet.
- People are literally starving to death
- Finding any type of medicine is an impossible task
- You only get help from public institutions if you support the current government
- Services like electricity and water are rationalized even tho we pay for them
- We have the slowest internet in the world.
- The medias that dares to say something against the government are being closed. We have no liberty of expression.
Since we been protesting, our own military forces are killing us and putting everyone in jail. There has been over 25 deaths till the protests started… An why? For speaking up.
Dog Days is an American hand lettering style brush script family. Dog Days is swift, strong and full of bursting energy. Due to it’s clean features it’s legible even in small sizes. Dog Days is great for any display use -from poster to packaging and logo to t-shirt. Dog Days is also great for lettering works.
Dog Days Brush boasts with more than 700 glyphs and plenty of OpenType features: Keep Standard Ligatures on – it adds variety in hand lettering style and keeps the flow steady. If you need more action try turning on Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates in any OpenType savvy software. Dog Days Brush is also equipped with Old Style Numerals if you need your numbers to fit more into text.
Dog Days Brush uppercase letters are designed to work as initials so if you need to write all caps you might want to use Dog Days Caps or Dog Days Small Caps. Dog Days Caps can also be used as uppercase letters for the script. Dog Days Extras is a set of badges, swashes and swirls designed to play with the font.
Dog Days is inspired by a hand lettering sample in a vintage American swimsuit advertisement.