Poster Paint is a fun shocard alphabet which came about from Jim Rimmer's admiration of Goudy Stout, a design he liked in spite of the fact that Goudy himself claimed to detest it.
Extremely eye-catching and humourous to a fault, Poster Paint is an ideal fit for fun environments like theme parks, concession stands, cofee and juice bars, and in print design for children books and fun food packaging.
Poster Paint was updated and remastered for the latest technologies in 2012. It comes with a glyphset of over 375 characters, and supports the majority of Latin-based languges.
20% of this font's revenues will be donated to the the a GDC scholarship fund, supporting higher typography education in Canada.