Hanoded is a type foundry based in The Netherlands and run by David Kerkhoff. After finishing his journalism studies, David traveled extensively and ended up in Israel where he stayed for some years. David had a lot of jobs – zookeeper, goldsmith, artist and cook (to name a few), but settled on working as a tour guide and photographer. David specializes in handprinted typefaces and uses brushes, pens, ink and paint to create his fonts. He lives in a slightly dilapidated house with his wife, two kids, several Burmese Buddha statues and a mosque-shaped alarm clock from Oman.
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This is a list of my fonts being used world-wide. Sometimes people send me a link and sometimes I just find my fonts in stores I visit, or magazines and newspapers I happen to read.
Efteling 'T Melkhuysje' ⟶
De Efteling, Holland's largest theme park, recently opened a new rollercoaster, called Baron 1898. For the title, posters, website and merchandise, De Efteling uses Kaikoura font. Next to the rollercoaster is a pizzabar called 'T Melkhuysje. The main font is Kaikoura, but the second font is also one of mine: Hofstad.