Aleksandra i Daniel Mizielińscy
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After the success of our best-selling font, Mr Black, we decided to once more make use of Daniel’s grandfather’s dry transfer lettering sheets. He was a military cartographer and left us some used-up sheets. The letters didn't transfer well, but we liked the way they were damaged. Mr Tiger has upper- and lowercase characters with up to four alternate glyphs. First three variations are only slightly damaged, but the fourth one is usually far more distorted. All glyphs have a very high resolution, so they can be used in a large scale and still look great. One of the best things in Mr Tiger is OpenType Contextual Alternates feature. It will automatically set alternate glyphs depending on frequency of appearance of the same character. The script doesn’t throw random glyphs. For example, in the word “HIPPOPOTAMUS” you will automatically get three different “P” glyphs and two “O” glyphs. It really works great, but, of course, you can always fine-tune it manually. You can buy it on MyFonts.