Cowboyslang font family


Designed by Hannes von Döhren
Typedesigner Hannes von Döhren created Cowboyslang, a display typefamily with a Wild West flair. It consists of three widths plus fitting ornaments. Although it is based on the slab serif typefaces from the nineteenth century von Döhren gave it a contemporary feeling. Cowboyslang has an extended character set to support also Central and Eastern European languages.

Cowboyslang Ornaments

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Technical details
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Technical font names:
File name: Cowboyslang_Ornaments.ttf
Windows menu name: Cowboyslang Ornaments
PostScript name: Cowboyslang-Ornaments
PostScript full name: Cowboyslang Ornaments
Catalog number:
151355204
Characters:
93
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