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 Vtg Stencil US No 51™

The Vtg Stencil series of fonts from astype are based on real world stencils. These stencils were used in the 50’s and 60’s by the US Army.
If you are interested in the current stencil design, please have a look at Vtg Stencil US No.72.

 Vivala Line

Vivala Line has been inspired by old Polish children’s book with its charming hand drawn lettering titles.

Fields of application are posters, magazines, packaging design, books, corporate design up to consolidating reading.

 Vintage Stencil Motifs JNL

Vintage Stencil Motifs JNL is a collection of charming and decorative designs re-drawn (as the name indicates) from vintage source material.

For decades, home decorators and do-it-yourself hobbyists embellished furniture, chests, walls and other areas with thematic stencils in both borders and topical vignettes.

Today’s digital designers can use these stencil patterns to embellish text set in other stencil alphabets or by themselves to evoke the feeling of rustic Americana.

 Vivala Coffee House Icons

73 icons on the topic »coffee house.« The extensive kit includes the category’s coffee, drinks, food, coffee makers, roasted coffee and tea. The clear design is adapted to mobile interfaces and suitable for print, as well.

 VLNL Duct™

Duct tape is one of the most versatile adhesive materials known today. From fixing the bumper of your car that keeps falling off, to creating a sturdy wallet. From alternative wrapping to sticking a friend to the wall, Duct tape is there. And it will stay there. It will stick to anything and hold for a very darn long time too! The cloth-backed tape was invented some time during World War II, and also proved itself useful as a base material for lettering.
VLNL Duct was originally designed by DBXL as a logo for temporary Amsterdam restaurant BAUT. DBXL imagined an owner taping the name on the window of his shop using Duct tape. The font was used for all communication of the restaurant.
Duct is a sturdy, rough all-caps typeface that will stick to anything.

 VLNL Bleek™

VLNL Bleek started its life as a logo for a rock band with the same name. This makes sense as it has distinct roots in classic rock logo design. Any rock band name set in Bleek looks instantly cool – profi logo quality! Of coarse Bleek will serve an awesome purpose as a headline font as well. Or gig flyers and posters. Or band backdrops. Just turn it up to 11!

DBXL expanded the original logo into the full Heavy weight and added Light and Medium cuts. VLNL Bleek is an all caps font with uppercase and lowercase variations for maximum effect. It has a number of Open type features, like and alternate F, mirrored A and O and a TT ligature to spice up your designs. VetteLetters says: Rock on!


Vulcano is the mesmerising creation of Salvador –Tori– Alimbau, the one-type-man who gave us this maze. José Manuel Urós took months to devise a negative-positive system for these characters. Hypnotic, charming sophisticated.

 Vtg Stencil US No.2™

The Vtg Stencil series of fonts from astype are based on real world stencils.

Have a look at the Vtg Stencil Ornaments A.

 Vtg Stencil Ornaments A™

Vtg Stencil Ornaments are designed to work with all the US stencil fonts from astype. Have a look at Vtg Stencil US No.2, No.51 and No.72.

 Vaccine Sans

Vaccine Sans is a humanist sans-serif font family with soft terminals, but stem junctions on the contrary use hard constructions. Such combination of basic design features makes the font distinct and strong in setting and delicate and soft in appearance. This design peculiarity, together with very low contrast, produces a range of qualities needed for small sizes, low quality print and bad reading conditions.

Vaccine Sans has a modern stylish design and takes its rightful place among popular faces. The family consists of 10 members — five weights with the corresponding italics. It can be used in a wide range of applications — magazines, advertising, corporate identity, urban navigation, packaging, children books, etc. More…

Designed by Manvel Shmavonyan with the participation of Alexandra Korolkova and Gayaneh Bagdasaryan.