Skid Row™ font family

Designed by  Akira Kobayashi in 1990

About Skid Row™ font family

Skid Row is the work of Japanese designer Akira Kobayashi and named after a song from his favorite film, Little Shop of Horrors. It is an informal script typeface whose unique, streaky appearance was first drawn with a brush and then refined to give the typeface an even texture. Skid Row is particularly effective in large display applications.
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Font Designer: Akira Kobayashi

Skid Row

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Skid Row

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Skid Row™

-  1 variant
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