Test out Lone Pine
$29.00 – $13,050.00
Lone Pine is the reverse width, high contrast serif from Hoodzpah.
— OTF and/or WOFF and WOFF2 files
— Link to How to Use PDF
— License EULA PDF
Lone Pine font by Hoodzpah is a reverse contrast serif typeface with 110% zazz and juuj. It’s inspired by Route 395 in California, which runs along the Eastern Sierra Nevadas; And by the many towns scattered along the way, namely Lone Pine, CA at the base of Mt. Whitney. This display font is super high contrast, and features big swashes for immediate wow factor. Turn on style set 01 for a more 70’s sci-fi look.
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Typeface Design: Amy Hood, Hoodzphah, Inc.
Production: Hoodzpah, Inc.
© Hoodzpah, Inc. 2020
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Select Lone Pine Regular for extra contrast. Lone Pine Bold maintains contrast but offers more legibility.
For less Western swash and more 70s analog future vibes, select Style Set 01 in the Open Type Features.
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What does the Desktop License Cover?
—Stationery Collateral like Business Cards, Letterhead, Post Cards, Trifolds, Folders, etc.
— Personal Promotion Usage: Garage Sale Flyers, Local Theater, Band Posters
— Products: Tee Designs, Mug Designs, Stickers etc.*
— Marketing and Promotional Materials
— Packaging and Signage
* Exception: Use on product creation websites (ex: Zazzle), or apps that allow their end user to create a new design with the font (ex: Canva) is not allowed under these licenses. Contact Hoodzpah if you need a license for this. email@example.com
What doesn’t the Desktop License cover?
— Web Use (@font-face embedding). Purchase a web license for this.
— Ebook or Epub use. Purchase an Epub license for this.
— Apps. Purchase an app license for this.
How do I figure out how many users I should purchase for?
Think about how many people in your company will be accessing and using the font files. That’s how many users you need to license for. An exception to this is third party subcontractors like printers, developers, animators, etc. (outside of your company) who may need access to the files for your projects temporarily. These are allowed temporary access under our license as long as they delete the files after the project is complete.
What if I’m purchasing for a client?
How many people on the company’s team will be accessing/using the font files? That’s how many users you need to purchase for. Write the client’s name in the notes section of your order if purchasing for them, or have them purchase directly.
I’m a creative—can I use this font license on more than one client project?
Each new client project requires a new license to be purchased for that client.
Where can I find your End User License Agreements?