Free Typewriter Splatter Font

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When working on the Old Typewriter Font, I was left with some letter outlines that I thought would also make a cool font – so after a few adjustments, here’s a sort of splattered typewriter outlines font.

This might look better in larger sizes, but I did some print tests with smaller text and it looked kind of nice as well. Check out the character map below and drop me a note if you like it – Thanks!

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22 comments

  1. Ben says:

    Thanks!
    I’ll be using this one!

  2. Rebecca says:

    I love it! Thank you!

  3. Michelle says:

    It’s great – I really love it! Thank you!

  4. Lili dAix says:

    Merci beaucoup ! J’aime !

  5. Sue says:

    Thanks so much for the fun font! :)

  6. SandyPie says:

    very cool!! Thank you!!

  7. Marisa says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Sophie says:

    Hi!
    Thanks a lot for sharing… This might come being useful.

  9. Lyn says:

    I love your resources, and this is a great font – thanks so much for your site and your generosity!

  10. AuroraV says:

    I like it, thanks :-D

  11. Visitor says:

    Nice!

  12. SDWHaven says:

    Great type design!

  13. Chi says:

    For some reason it reminds me of a fuzzy teddy bear! :)

    • Sharon Turner says:

      Chi, You’re right. The more I look at it now, it does resemble a fuzzy teddy bear, too! In fact if I were writing a child’s book, about a any stuffed animal (or even a scrapbook page) I would use this font. Good Eye!

  14. biche57 says:

    thanks a lot )))

  15. Sharon Turner says:

    Hi Antoniu,
    Wow, This one is a real memory jolter! In the Army, we had typewriters with old cloth ribbons, (which wasn’t too unusual for the times), but the Army seemed to get the ribbons that had an excess of embedded inks and the keys got gummed up with a nasty dust (desert) & ink mixture. This caused closed & solid a’s, e’s,d’s,p’s – you get the picture…
    I had to use a chemical cleaner & toothbrush to clean those keys. Afterwards, you had to type a throwaway sheet of nonsense to finish the job. Mine always looked like your new “Splatter Font”.
    My OIC said the letters looked like the partially eaten hard candies, his kids stashed under chair cushions.
    I am going to snag this one for old time’s sake – Thank you for those memories! At my age, I’ll take every memory I can get.

  16. MaryLiz says:

    Thanks for sharing such a great font!

  17. Thank you for sharing this font! Really fun!

  18. Ruth says:

    Loving your fonts!!! Hello from Argentina!

  19. Cesar Ricardo says:

    Muy divertida fuente

  20. CHanti says:

    it’s very useful site all

  21. waagraphics says:

    very use full thankx……

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