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Justseeds Font Pack 7

Our seventh pack of free fonts designed by the artists and cooperative members of Justseeds.

This installment includes three fonts by Alec Dunn.

Otto was originally made for a reissue album of the British peace-punk band Hagar the Womb. When I made this I wanted to reference the anarcho-punk stencil aesthetic, but reflecting the band have it feel a little more buoyant and playful. Rent Strike originated as a hand drawn font for a project at a day laborers center in Portland, but when I started to clean it up it started to look more and more municipal and I ran in that direction. And Squat! is adapted from a flyer about housing actions from the Italian left wing group Potere Operaio from the early 1970s. It’s a chunky font with some sharp points, which I could relate to!”

Rent Strike updated 7/29/23

All fonts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-SA). This Creative Commons license means that these fonts can be used, shared, and adapted; attributed when appropriate; and any adaptations must fall under the same license. This license enables reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format. If you remix, adapt, or build upon the material, you must license the modified material under identical terms.

These fonts can be used for activist projects of all sorts. These fonts can be used for liberatory social and cultural productions. These fonts are not for sale and must be shared freely.

These fonts are part of the Justseeds Open Type Project.

Justseeds Opens Type Project fonts are free! If you use fonts from the Justseeds Open Type Project and would like to donate, any donated money will go to the Justseeds general project fund.  These donations help us fund art donations to political groups that are used for benefits and fundraisers, as well as special projects & site specific actions by Justseeds members and allied organizations. Any amount is appreciated. PayPal link here.


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