Autumn: This font will chill you to the bone

At a Glance
  • Generic Company Place Holder Autumn

This TrueType outlines font from Wino Sutarmin Kadir at Fun Record is called Autumn, but it feels like deep dark winter. So deep, you can almost hear the twigs snapping in the cold. If you're tired of the usual dripping-blood Halloween fonts, try this one instead. Autumn is composed of sticks intertwined to form glyphs. It includes all upper and lower case letters but no punctuation or numbers, so plan your horrific exclamations accordingly.

One of the reasons this font gives me the creeps is that none of the twigs are straight. Even the letters that ordinarily contain straight lines are slightly crooked in Autumn's out-of-the-ordinary glyphs. This makes Autumn tricky to read, however, so keep it to 60 points or larger, and use sparingly.

Autumn is available for personal use for an optional donation to Fun Record. For commercial use, contact Wino Sutarmin Kadir directly.

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At a Glance
  • Generic Company Place Holder Autumn

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