ITC Mudville™ font family

Designed by Christopher Wolff in 1998

About ITC Mudville™ font family

ITC Mudville was Christopher Wolff's entry in the 1998 U&lc Type Design Competition, for which he won an Honorable Mention (Display). Mudville evolved from variations on hand-lettering that Wolff had done on a variety of projects over the years. The underlying shapes of the letters are formal roman letterforms, but the actual strokes retain the look of letters sketched casually on a layout. Mudville straddles the line between inline and outline type designs. It recalls some of the styles of popular lettering used in display advertising in the '20s.
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Font Designer: Christopher Wolff

ITC Mudville

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ITC Mudville

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Mudville™ Regular

-  1 variant
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