African font family

Designed by  Anton Scholtz
The African Textile font had two major influences. The pattern is derived from the bogolan cloths from Africa, originally made using a traditional dyeing technique from Mali that uses bogo or clay as prime dye material. The character shapes are largely based on the Tabwa font.

African Textile One

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: AfricanTextileOne.ttf
Windows menu name: African Textile One
PostScript name: AfricanTextileOne
PostScript full name: African Textile One
Catalog number:
US$ 19
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