Scratch™ font family


Designed by Andrew Smith in 1995

About Scratch™ font family

Scratch was designed by Andrew Smith in 1995. It looks as thought many fine lines were drawn next to and over each other with a felt-tipped pen. Small bits of white peek out among the strokes and give the font its dynamic character. Flexible and sketchy, the forms are based on those of a classic sans serif cursive typeface. Scratch is meant exclusively as a headline or display font.
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Font Designer: Andrew Smith

Scratch

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Scratch™
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