Rage™ Italic font family

Designed by Ron M.W. Zwingelberg in 1984

About Rage™ Italic font family

Rage Italic is the work of American designer Ron Zwingelberg. It was one of the first casual brush style scripts with a rough, textured edge. The initial-like capitals complement a lowercase alphabet which links together to create the look of true handwriting. Rage Italic font is ideal for work that should have the spontaneous look of pen writing on parchment.
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Type Gallery: Rage Italic
Font Designer: Ron M.W. Zwingelberg

Rage Italic

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Rage Italic

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

US$ 35
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