A Hand-Made Font Influenced by Vintage Surf and Beatnik Culture
Surfnik is a hand-drawn font inspired by beatnik and surfing culture of the 1950s and 60s. A fun, loose design that’s typical of pulpy fanzines, movie posters and advertising of the era. From promoting the local surf shop, burger joint or drive-in, it’s a font that evokes a bygone era with a playful, nostalgic feel.
Surfnik features an all-caps design that includes unique uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation, language support and numerals. It also comes with six styles that mix up weights and outlines that look great when creatively combined in titles and headlines.
It’s a great choice for when you need a fun and lively look when creating menus, posters, movie titles, album covers and more! Check out the visuals for lots of examples.
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