Gladifilthefte Font

by Tup Wanders

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Gladifilthefte
truetype 142 glyphs 151 characters
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    About Gladifilthefte Font

    My dad used to smoke a lot of cigarettes in the sixties, back when it was still perfectly healthy. I fondly remember the pretty boxes they came in, with gold leaf lettering, chic colors and a plastic wrap that would stick to your fingers. I really liked those tall, stylish letters they used for the brands, so I made this font to look like I remember them.

    Please comment, and if you make something with it, please show me!

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    2009
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    Livi
    LiviG
    8 years ago

    I typed in cigareetes because i am doing a health project on them and this came up!! how is this anything like a cigarette!!! STUPID!!!!!! >:(

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    8 years ago

    @LiviG Did you even read the description? You'll find out why ...

    Livi
    LiviG
    8 years ago

    @fontspace sorry i am a bit thick!!! thanks i understand now!!! EMBARRASSING!!!

    dov11
    7 years ago

    Both my parents smoked for many years also back when smoking was healthy and cool. Later on, my parents would point their fingers (clutching cigarettes) in my face - almost touching my nose - and warn me not to start smoking because it wasn't good for you. They both quit smoking in their elder years, not because they wanted to but because smoking became so restricted and they refused to be relegated to "designated smoking areas" and the like. My mother died of cancer five years ago and my father has cancer now.

    I wish the tobacco industry and the FDA could be sued for false advertising and incompetence and negligence. 😞

    michael1960
    7 years ago

    You have a lovely font. Really. The slant gives it so much energy, and the unusual shapes of some characters, especially G and M, 3 5 9, make a really interesting read.