New Gallo Fonts

by Fred Showker
Gallo FontsAS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE, we don't want to forget the latest fonts from Gerald Gallo.

great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo

I See Dots - New alphanumeric fonts include: Display Dots Two Sans and Display Dots Two Serif. Display Dots Two Sans and Serif are display fonts not intended for text use. They were designed specifically for display, headline, logotype, branding, and similar. Display Dots Two Sans and Serif has an uppercase alphabet, numbers, and punctuation. Samples:
* Display-Dots-One; * Display Dots Two, Sans and * Display Dots Two Sans


great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo Happy-Go-Lucky is Gallo's interpretation of an antique typeface of the nineteenth century. The font includes upper and lowercase alphabets, numbers, punctuation, accented characters, symbols, and miscellaneous characters.


great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo

great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo

Here's an all new Gallo printer font, Birds Flying. Birds Flying contains 139 bird silhouette designs. Many are easily recognizable. Sample This is Font #143 from the Gallo collection.


great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo

And, if it all seems a little fishy to you, perhaps it is! Gallo's FISH font features silhouettes of popular and recognizable fish -- from the little ones to the big ones.


great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo

Now, there's a companion to Gallo's Leaves & Trees collection. The Plant Assortment was inspired by plant renderings from historic sources. There is an assortment of 47 ornaments located under the character set keys.


great new picture and icon fonts from Gerald Gallo The new Gallo specialty font, Quilt Patterns Three, like Quilt Patterns One and Two, was inspired by the patchwork designs used in quiltmaking in early America. There is an assortment of 94 patterns located under the character set and shift+character set keys.


All of Gallo's fonts are type 1 printer fonts, and come with an Acrobat PDF print-out of the alphabet. Gerald has created lots of great display fonts, but his dingbat and graphic fonts are his specialty. Check them out!

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Fred Showker

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