LT Sweet Nothings Dingbat Font

LT Sweet Nothings Dingbat FontIntroducing the my new dingbat font design, LT Sweet Nothings, version 1.00 of this dingbat was initially released April 30, 2009. The font is comprised of 51 stylish and unique "sweet nothings," ideal for use in graphic design. Skulls, scrolls (or flourishes), guns, birdies;  basically it's a totally kick-ass dingbat, with all the stuff we like to clutter our designs with.

LT Sweet Nothings Dingbat Font Poster

LT Sweet Nothings Dingbat Font
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The zip contains 1 font file in Windows TrueType™ format. and the ReadMe.txt that defining the Terms of Use/End User License Agreement. Please read the Terms of Use/End User License Agreement as the terms specified within are binding upon download.

The download is licensed free for personal use. Commercial use of this font requires a donation. Donations for the license to use this font commercially can be placed via PayPal using any major credit card, and do not require a PayPal account. Click here if you would like to donate. Email me nymphont@yahoo.com if you have any questions or need any assistance.

LT Sweet Nothings Example
LT Sweet Nothings Dingbat Font Example

The dings come from my own artwork, while inspiration for a few "vintage" looking dings, such as the fist with brass knuckles and the good luck ring, coming from a Johnson Smith & Co advertisement in the January 1933 issue of, "Everyday Science and Mechanics."

The ad is a true gem, with many more unusual woodcut drawings of the period. I was so taken by them I was certain others might be as well; hence, I recreated them here in this dingbat font.

Depicted in the character mapped as the latin lowercase letter x are Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire as they appear on a poster for the movie they starred in which was entitled, "Swing Time." The film, also a gem, I am glad to have caught one afternoon on American Movie Classics, a cable network.



Maple said...

It's very cool and is a nice font. I follow an agreement and will use it carefully. There is a question, but is there the model of a gun used in this font? If so, please teach the name of the gun. I'm sorry in poor English. (I'm Japanese.) I wait for a reply.

Todd Temple said...

Nice dingbat font. The pistol is a nice touch! Keep up the good work!

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