Cousins to my popular Circle Monograms™, the 4 TRIAD MONOGRAMS fonts let you create custom 3-letter monograms within a circle divided radially, against a black or white background, with or without points on the middle letter, and with a choice of decorative frames (seen below.)
LACE MONOGRAMS is a set of 2 fonts to create custom 1-, 2- or 3-letter monograms in a romantic script style. Includes solid and outline fonts, which can be mixed for more variety. Thanks, Mike, for getting me started on this one.
ROYAL WEDDING is set of 4 fonts that let you create custom 3-letter monograms in an elegant, somewhat Versal style with a choice of decorative frames. The set includes Solid, Inline, Outline and Engraved variations which can be mixed for even more variety. The design was inspired in part by the trailer for the 1951 film Royal Wedding.
PEN SCRIPT MONOGRAMS is a unique font that lets you create custom 3-letter monograms in a calligraphic style with a choice of frames (below). Inspired by 1940s department store lettering.
The set of 4 HEART MONOGRAMS fonts let you create custom 2- and 3-letter monograms within a heart shape, against a black or white background, with or without your choice of decorative frames.
The set of 2 CLOVER MONOGRAMS fonts let you create custom 2- and 3-letter monograms within a clover shape (quatrefoil) with or without your choice of decorative frames.
The BRACELET MONOGRAMS set of 8 fonts lets you create custom monograms or linking text, in oval or octagonal letters, with black and white backgrounds and a variety of decorative end pieces. Inspired by the font “Tableau” as reproduced in Dan X. Solo’s Special Effects and Topical Alphabets.
The set of 4 CIRCLE MONOGRAMS® fonts let you create custom 2- and 3-letter monograms, against a black or white background, with a choice of decorative frames.
The BARONIAL MONOGRAMS fonts are designed to create unique blackletter style monograms. Optional decorative elements tie in the smaller, outside letters; see the Read Me file in the download. The letterforms were inspired by the analog font “American Text” as reproduced in Dan X. Solo’s Gothic and Old English Fonts (Dover, 1984.) I’ve redrawn the font with only 90- and 45-degree angles, and reshaped a number of other letters completely to fit the monogram format. Could be used as a matching titling font; large and small caps only. Version 1.1 now includes an Outline font, plus two mixtures of the… continued
Like my Vine Monograms™, ROMAN MONOGRAMS began with a request and were inspired by machine “pantograph” engraving (see the brass A at left.) Unlike most of the other monogram fonts, these letters do not overlap or even touch; the fonts can even be used as matching text fonts too. I completely redrew each letter (and number) and developed a series of related fonts that can be used to create 8 distinctive styles. The illustration at right is a key to the chart up top.