LT White Fang Font

LT White Fang Font poster design
LT White Fang Font poster design

About LT White Fang Font

LT White Fang is a Old English font that was created by Nymphont in . It was added to FontSpace on

LT White Fang is licensed as Freeware, commercial use requires donation, which means it is free for personal use only. To use the font commercially, you will need to purchase a license or contact Nymphont

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Regular TrueTypeMore Info 148 glyphs / 155 chars View Charmap
Preview image for LT White Fang

Font Styles


  • mja avatar
    looks vampiric
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  • stephcarson avatar
    Loving the spiders! Don't forget ( and ) for a couple more!
  • lizparker avatar
    Unique yet simple, a hard combo to achieve. Great job!
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Basic Info

Font Name LT White Fang
File Name LT White Fang.ttf
File Size 83kb
Created 4/6/2009 9:48:42 PM
Modified 4/13/2009 3:05:11 PM
Glyph Type TrueType
# Glyphs 148
# Characters 155


Just one of many variations to a blackletter inspired (Fraktur being the primary inspiration as it has been for many a typographer) font face design by Lauren Thompson. This one features a bold outline look, with the uppercase letters accented with spiders and spider-webs. This font was given the name "LT White Fang," for it's open "white" centers, and "fang" of course is a reference to the spiders; however, all of the other fonts of this blackletter style belong to Lauren Thompson's (Nymphont's) "LT Libitina" family and series.


© Lauren Thompson "Nymphont" 2009 ([email protected]). All rights reserved.


Free for personal use. Make a paypal donation and send an email to [email protected] to use commercially. Please read the readme.txt file that should accompany this font download, as it contains the complete End User Lisence Agreement/Terms Of Use for this font. If no readme.txt is present with your download email [email protected] to receive one.
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Lauren Thompson "Nymphont" ([email protected])


Version 1.00 April 6, 2009, initial release