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  • Rough & Eroded: Buckthorn

    I really like rough & eroded fonts, so I have created a new one called Buckthorn. Comes with a very handy shapes dingbat style as well. Get it here

  • Loose & Lovely: Burobu

    My latest font is a blob-like affair: Burobu means blob in Japanese. Comes with a cute doodle pack as well. Get it here

  • Cute & Eroded: Terpentijn

    My latest font is a bit weird: it is called Terpentijn. Get it here

  • New font family: Colporteur

    A Colporteur is a peddler of books, newspapers, and similar literature. When I was young, we often got visits from colporteurs – mostly they wanted to sell us a very expensive encyclopaedia. I haven’t seen them for a while – the internet probably killed their trade, as there are numerous free encyclopaedias out there. Colporteur…

  • You Work For Them Newsletter

    Your Work For Them’s newsletter features Hanoded Fonts! This is what they said: David Kerkhoff began his career as a type designer in a way that so many others do: after experiencing the difficulty of finding the “perfect” font for a project, one decides to solve the problem simply by creating their own. When David…

  • Bygone

    No fancy shmancy Wacom work here: Bygone font was made with a brush, ink, sweat and patience! Get it here

  • Toadstool

    I have been playing with my Wacom again and Toadstool font is the result! Get it here

  • Fontbros Newsletter

    Hanoded Foundry was featured in Fontbros’s Newsletter. Yay! This is what they said: Lately we’ve been really inspired by the overflowing creativity of the Hanoded type library, the brainchild of David Kerkhoff from The Netherlands. David specializes in handprinted typefaces and uses brushes, pens, ink and paint to create his crazy-creative fonts. Check it out!

  • Whale Song

    Just finished a new font called Whale Song. It is an ode to the activists in their little dinghies, taking on those huge Japanese whalers. Get it here

  • Vlinder

    I’m experimenting with my new Wacom tablet and Vlinder (Butterfly in Dutch) is the result. Quite a cute font! Get it here