Tiger Rag™ font family


Designed by  John Viner in 1989
Tiger Rag is the work of English calligrapher John Viner, who was inspired by Japanese calligraphy when creating this dramatic, informal typeface. The font is extensive and flexible, with many alternate characters. Tiger Rag is an excellent choice for casual display typography which should produce a fresh, random effect.

Tiger Rag™

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Tiger Rag


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Technical details
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Technical font names:
Windows menu name: Tiger Rag Alts LET
PostScript name: , TigerRagAltsLetPlain
PostScript full name: , Tiger Rag Alts LET Plain:1.0
Catalog number:
35130460
Characters:
227
US$ 35
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