Thursday, 25 June 2015

That Olde English Font - Found?

Now I've been looking for the classic old school font used on many tees and sweaters throughout the 1970s and early 80s and it seems to have been found.
'Found' is probably the wrong word as this font has been recreated rather than discovered.

Anyway, the other day I went out into the big bad city of Norwich armed with my birthday cash in my sweaty hand on a mission to find a hefty supply of good tunes to purchase from the veritable supply of record shops.
Needless to say I went home disappointed after finding nothing. In fact the only records that showed any promise were in Sound Clash but after checking the prices soon put them back (£29.99 for a remastered 3 Feet High & Rising....seriously?).

So I stomped home and after a brew and a Twix to try and calm me down I decided to buy (yes, as in 'spend my own cash on something off the 'Net') the Grandmaster Clash font.

You can purchase the font itself for your PC or if you wish buy some iron-on letters - as this was the intention of them in the first place, right?) - although I have to say that I'm a little disappointed that the Playboy Bunny symbol isn't included in the font pack yet is in the iron-on letters. Ho hum.

What are you waiting for? Go, go, go!

Grandmaster Clash Font

Iron-On Letter Set:

1 comment:

Mad Specialist said...

Props for the post yo, I was lookin' for this.

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