DENNEY SALTY and DENNEY SPICY are playful, comical, and quirky fonts, inspired by the work of Alan Denney for the Barker Greeting Card Company of Cincinnati, OH, circa 1969–74. DENNEY SALTY (formerly Denney One) has the bumpy edges and whimsical letterforms of hand lettering done with a crayon. DENNEY SPICY (formerly Denney Two) is more dynamic, like bold pen or brush lettering. Both fonts are essentially unicase, but have alternate letterforms in the upper-and lowercase positions for more variety.
Version 2.0 of both fonts includes an expanded character set and improved spacing and kerning. Alternate characters are now accessed as Opentype Stylistic Alternates, and the Salty font has over 60 Discretionary Ligatures for even more of a hand-lettered feel.