Snyder Speed Brush Font

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About Snyder Speed Brush Font

Snyder Speed Brush is a italic font that was created by Pat Snyder in . It was added to FontSpace on

Snyder Speed Brush is licensed as Shareware, which means it is free for personal use only. If you want to use it commercially, you will have to purchase a license or contact Pat Snyder

Unfortunately, we have no contact information for Pat Snyder, but if you find any please let us know!

Note from Designer

A sign painter for 50 years, my father taught me (among other alphabets/typefaces) the sign painter's bread and butter alphabet: Speed-brush lettering. After infinite hours of practice using paint with brush applied to rolls of banner paper while learning to recreate letters in sizes from one-inch up to two-foot high letters, this typeface served well when I was in the sign business in the 70s. I currently teach drawing, painting, printmaking, year book DTP, and commercial art to future artists, possibly typographers (alias) high school students; and produce serious art for local, regional and national juried exhibitions.

SnyderSpeed was my first attempt at recreating, a memorized sign-painting alphabets on the Mac. My wife dared me to apply my skills to the Mac she had begged me to buy her for Christmas in 1989. (Wasn't I a nice guy!). She works in DTP and claimed she could not find the brush stroke font she needed, at any price, anywhere.

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Snyder Speed Brush (1.000 conversio) SnyderSpeedBrush.ttfView Font Info 146 glyphs — View All

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  • jimtealiii avatar
    Fun fact: this is House Industries' Sign Painter font at 118%.
  • fontspace avatar
    @jimtealiii Interesting. It looks like Pat made this one in 1992 and House Industries made theirs in 1999, 7 years later. Maybe they used Pat's as a reference?
  • AVPerth avatar
    Also quite famously used in Mario Kart 64. Sign Painter - House Brush is also different in many areas, particularly P, R, U, and F. They share the same sign-painter's brush DNA but other than that are independent designs.
  • LoganMcGee avatar
    @fontspace How do I use this for commercial use? Thanks.
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Copyright

Copr. Pat Snyder, 1797 Ross Inlet, Coos Bay, OR 97420 Shware $15

Version

1.000 conversion of Type 1 font

Vendor

Copr. Pat Snyder, Ross Inlet, Coos Bay, OR Shware $