This hand-drawn display font includes all upper and lowercase letters, numbers, standard characters, and a few bonus special characters (as shown in the photos).
A display typeface is a font intended for use in display type/copy at large sizes, such as titles, headings, pull quotes, posters, etc., rather than for long passages of body text.
Download it to your laptop for use in word editing/design programs, or import it into Procreate to practice this lettering style or add text to your illustrations.
Kinfolk Serif is also perfect for cutting designs with your Silhouette or Cricut Machine.
Your download includes one Kinfolk OTF font file.
Flip through the listing photos to see this font in action. I created a bunch of examples you can use as inspiration.
The monoline font used in some examples is the Dawn Nicole handwriting font, also available in the shop.
This font is available with two license options: standard or commercial. Please click the "License Options" tab to learn more.
STANDARD (PERSONAL USE) - $5
You may use the font solely for yourself and/or to create gifts. If you use it on anything you sell or for creating business content, including social media graphics, please purchase the commercial version.
Exception: Teachers and Non-Profits may reasonably use the personal use license without purchasing a commercial use license.
COMMERCIAL USE - $20
If you plan to use my fonts on ANYTHING you’ll make money on, you need the commercial use option; this license is intended for small businesses. Large-scale licenses are done on a case-by-case basis. Please keep your email receipt as proof of purchase for this license.
This is ok:
Using the font to create a logo, branding, or website for a client. (However, they must buy the font themselves if they want it for their own use.)
Using it within your social media videos, reels, and graphics.
Using it to create goods for sale. Examples include printables, paper goods, original SVG designs, books, clothing, etc.
This is not ok:
Re-distributing my fonts. You may not share the OTF font file in any way. It is for your use only.
Selling a font in its entirety as an SVG. (You can use it to create original SVG designs.)
Large-scale use. This includes print and digital media, movies, apps, major websites, magazines, scrapbooking designs, stamps, etc. Don't hesitate to contact me for pricing for such uses.
I retain the copyright of the entire font regardless of which license you purchase.
In layman's terms, a license is like renting the right to use it.
Original designs you create using the font fall under your copyright.
Please use Google to your advantage for things like installing a font on your computer, using the Procreate app, or Accessing Glyphs in AI or PS. You can use many fantastic video tutorials for technical help tailored to your needs.