Garishing Worse Font

by the Fontry

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Greek
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FTY Garishing Worse NCV Normal
truetype 342 glyphs 600 characters
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    About Garishing Worse Font

    Garishing Worse by Michael G. Adkins

    UPDATE NOW TO THE FULL VERSION OF THIS FONT @ http://www.thefontry.com/garishingworse

    Language support: Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew

    lowercase characters incuded in commercial version only

    It does not seem probable that you would ever need another font originating from some questionable distortionary source, and yet some will ultimately click the button and add this face to their already bloating font list. But no matter the number of fonts, few people are upset with the type overload, or as just suggested, "type bloat." This is a limited freeware version, but there is a commercial version to be had, complete with foreign characters and the usual line-up of glyphical villains. There's even support for Central European diacratics. No sense leaving entire countries out of the fun. If you do decide to buy Garishing Worse in all its glorious completeness, remember that subsidizing this font will only lead to more fonts just like this one being loosed on a public with hopelessly swollen font lists already garbing up their file managers. And that would be garish beyond comprehension.


    For commercial use please feel free to contact us for price, links and details at:
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    http://www.thefontry.com/

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    2009
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    ilovetrash
    9 years ago

    regardless, it still looks like a slightly wack item to use when one becomes infused w/ the ennui of Impact.

    M.G. Adkins & James Stirling
    mrsmiley
    9 years ago

    Thanks for the comment -- I think.

    M.G. Adkins & James Stirling
    mrsmiley
    7 years ago

    Thanks, WolfLambert. Enjoy the font!