Architext - TrueType PC Font from S.G. Moye
This font has been released into the Public Domain and now belongs to everyone.
It is a light drop cap sans serif minimalistic architectural style font with rounded terminators and angled curves. Full font (uppercase, lowercase, numbers and punctuation).
I have archived it here at Font-Journal and included this text file to note its origin and acceptable use, which is pretty much anything, as it was a free Public Domain font.
This particular distribution font archive (the one with this note) was downloaded from the Font-Journal and the home page for this font is:
If you would like to get yourself a decent font editor and add to or otherwise modify this font, I recommend Fontographer, although TypeTool might do the job.
Font-Journal is a cataloged archive of freeware and shareware fonts that I maintain for my small business clients. I try to collect PC truetype freeware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes, and shareware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes upon registration and/or payment of the shareware fee. I also try to collect freely distributable web fonts of the same variety. The end result is a pretty decent font repository, although I can only work on it in my spare time, which I have little of.
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My portfolio usually needs to be updated, as I always have a ton of projects going and I even like to design my own fonts to offer exclusively through my font respository at Font-Journal. But it is another good way to contact me.
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I started out as an motorcycle racer and mechanic. That didn't work out and I never got in a race car as planned. I wound-up as an illustrator, animator, doing some programming and tech support. Plus I have always been amatuer photographer and videographer. I was designing logos, posters and graphics in college with Illustrator and Photoshop, and wound-up making a website portfolio just afterwards. A few people liked it and I wound-up as a freelance web design studio. Then I expanded into web hosting, then domain name registrations and servers, offering a complete set of webmaster tools as Domain Hostmaster. I then added the Domainance store in an effort to keep .name registrations and transfers available when our vendor dropped it.
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Nowadays, I am just trying to corner a peice of the domain name registration and website hosting space, as I sell for less than most and offer more with better technical support. Professional domainers, designers, developers, optimizers and webmasters do like how I keep prices as low as possible and add my expertise and value where I can.
If you are interested in my designing a website for you, I still do that at Salamader Design...
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