I'd like to know how you'd go about commercially licensing this one. I don't have a specific project in mind just yet, but I like to occasionally buy new fonts in case they come in handy for new jobs so I don't have to get hasty looking for a good fit while on the job, having to meet the deadline.
I love this one and I think it would be a great headline display font for posters and some kinds of flyers.
It's awesome! I'd like to use it for a school assignment. I attend the Art Institute and I am creating a poster from the Industrial Revolution. We are to use lettering from that time period and this fits everything that I'm trying to do.
Hi graveman! I've fond your font on dafont, and think it would be nice for a work in progress... but you say is not intended for commercial use. Are you open for an agreement? (in case the client like the idea)
sick font man i think i might want to use this font for a college / promotional poster for a music festival supporting green energy and art. so basicly commericaly, i will note that im doing my graphic work for not a dime nor will i profit from and money they take in. what are your thoughts on the use of your fantastic font in this senario