Hip Slop featured in Digital Arts magazine

Digital Arts August 2009 Page 8I’m honored to report that Hip Slop, my Portland-inspired graffiti typeface, has been featured in the August issue of Digital Arts.

Digital Arts provides “Inspiration for Digital Creatives” to its many UK subscribers. They weighed in on Hip Slop on page 8:

Block rockin’ FACE
An authentic-looking graffiti font is a rare thing and one that’s usable too is doubly so. Hip Slop by Tyler Sticka combines the fast jagged lines of real street art with creative flexibility and legibility. The font costs $9.95 (£6.10).
Hip Slop is the first offering from my expressive type foundry Ampercamp, and is available to purchase from MyFonts.com.

Ampercamp’s second typeface will likely debut in 2010.

Responses

David Frey says

Congratulations! It’s great to see recognition, even greater to see it from an international publication.

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J-P Voilleque says

Congratulations, Tyler! That’s fantastic, and the micro-review is spot on. I love that damn font.

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Jason Griffith says

That is awesome! I used to read that magazine all the time when I worked in outdoor advertising. Great job on your ever expanding presence in the marketplace.

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Tyler Sticka says

Thank you all for your kind words and encouragement. :-)

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