Giddyup™ font family


Designed by Laurie Szujewska in 1993

Laurie Szujewska

Adobe art director Laurie Szujewska created the font Giddyup™. She used the rope letters decorating cattle brands and cowboy blankets to create Giddyup, a typeface with a twist. "The idea was to make each letter with one line that overlaps like a rope, rather than two strokes joined together,” Laurie Szujewska explains. She also corralled a few varmints into the Giddyup Thangs ornament set.

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Giddyup™

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Giddyup

3 Typefaces



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Giddyup™ Regular -  1 variant
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Giddyup™ Web -  1 variant
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Giddyup™ Thangs -  1 variant
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