A freeflowing brush script with only uppercase letters. Now with a professional and multilingual character set!
Vic Fieger says: "The letters in Edo were hand-drawn using a thick black permanent marker with a flat head. The head was chopped up using a box cutter to create a "brush" effect. The entire font was made while watching Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo.
Edo has been used by video game-makers UbiSoft in their game adaptation of the 2007 animated film Surf's Up
, as well as ads for the Fuse 2006 Warped Tour. More recently, it has turned up in such places as the cover for the US release of the manga Teru Teru x Shonen
, and the logo for A&E's program The Cleaner