What is the Barn Owl font?
Vintage, country, distressed or just plain worn out. The Texas general store on the side of the highway that has been there since 1954 and they’re still selling old fashion bottled soda. A renovation/excavation at a downtown urban construction site reveals the old ad on exterior brick. Barn Owl provides the headline in your project with the ultimate in aged retro visualization. It is a basic minimal font set which includes only uppercase letterforms. It is a headline font best used above 36 points in size. The first of our “Trifonictype” (Tin Sign is the 2nd) there are three components to the font, Barn Owl Outline, Barn Owl Fill and Barn Owl Shadow. These can be used in different combinations for different effects. Fill and Shadow could be used with irregular letter spacing for various effects. Outline could be used with just Shadow for a another effect. Use your photo manipulation program to overlay and change the transparency of your headline. There are a few extended glyphs and barn(ding)bats in the lowercase letter strokes indicated in a poster sample above, these are found only in the outline font. Download PDF manual for complete showing.
Barn Owl Font families
The Barn Owl includes the following font families:
- Barn Owl Fill
- Barn Owl Outline
- Barn Owl Shadow
Barn Owl Preview
Here is a preview of how Barn Owl will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Most fonts on Jorgensen-Fonts.com are premium, which means that Barn Owl is not a free font.
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