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Rum Doodle Font Download

font family from Hanoded, added today

Rum Doodle

The Ascent of Rum Doodle is short story written in 1956 by W. E. Bowman. The story is a parody of the many non-fictional mountaineering chronicles and tells the adventures of a group of incompetent climbers, trying to conquer the highest mountain in the world.


Maduki Font Download

font family from Hanoded, added today


This time the font’s name is meaningless. Maduki doesn't mean ‘cool’ in Swahili, nor does it mean ‘cup cake’ in Sranantongo. It is just a nice name.

Maduki is a playful font, created with one of my 2 year old son’s marker pens (the 'no stain, wash-out' variety), a couple of cups of coffee and a whole bunch of ‘speculaas’ cookies. Now you're wondering what speculaas is, right? I'll tell you later - in a couple of fonts...

Anyway, there’s not much meaningful to say about Maduki font. It is nice, it is cute and it comes with alternates!


Psycho Killer Font Download

font family from Hanoded, added today

Psycho Killer

Psycho Killer is a song by the Talking Heads. It is also one of my favorite songs, so I figured I'd name a font after it.

Psycho Killer is a script font; it contains some messy glyphs and gives the overall impression of a hastily scribbled note.

Psycho Killer comes with alternates and a bagful of diacritics.


Pusekatt Font Download

font family from Hanoded, added today


Pusekatt means Pussycat in Norwegian. It was finished on a rather gloomy monday, which reminded me of Norway and I just like cats. There you have it: the naming of fonts explained. It ain't rocket science for sure!

There is nothing gloomy about Pusekatt font: it is a very lively, happy and useful poster face. It comes with extensive language support, one alternative (yes, one) and a lot of feline grace.


Zeebonk Font Download

font family from Hanoded, added yesterday


Zeebonk (literally ‘Sea Chunk’) is Dutch for a sailor - in particular, a large, pickled and brined, seven-seas-been-there-done-that specimen. The font itself brings back memories of the outrageous tattoos those same ‘zeebonken’ used to have.

Zeebonk comes with extensive language support, alternates for the upper case (and some lower case letters as well) and a healthy dose of good old fashioned sea dog humor!