Anemone by Claire Scully

Overview

1 weight
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OpenType
Anemone is a intricate decorative typeface. Every little detail is best seen at a large point size which makes this an ideal typeface for Visual merchandise, billboards or as a 3D laser cut object. Anemone comes in one weight with uppercase only glyphs.

Glyphs

Anemone 32 point

Box showing the complete glyph set of Anemone at 32 point size

Anemone 64 point

Box showing the complete glyph set of Anemone at 64 point size

Anemone 180 point

Box showing the complete glyph set of Anemone at 180 point size

Buying Options

If these licences do not cover your needs, do read our help section or get in touch.

For a desktop licence

To download a font for use on your computer

What are desktop typefaces

A typeface that is sold with a licence to use on your desktop and send artwork files to a printer. The majority of our typefaces are sold as Open Type Format files that are compatible with both Mac and PC. Some are sold as image files as they are too complex to convert into a working typeface. This is made clear on the typeface descriptions but do get in touch if you need any help.

So long as you abide by the licence that covers the typeface, you can do what you like with it. We would love to see how they grow in the wild, do send us pictures!

What you get

A .zip file, that contains an OpenType format file.

How to install an OpenType file on Mac

Decompress the .zip file you have downloaded.
Double click on the file ending with .otf and it will be installed in fontbook.
If you use font managment software then either drag the font file into that application, or from within the application click 'install' and navigate to the font file location.

How to install an OpenType file on PC

Decompress the .zip file you have downloaded.
Under Windows 7/Vista:
Right-click the font file and select install

Under any other version of Windows:
Place the font files into the Fonts folder, usually C:\Windows\Fonts or C:\WINNT\Fonts
(can be reached as well by the Start Menu > Control Panel > Appearance and Themes > Fonts)
If you use font management software then either drag the font file into that application, or from within the application click 'install' and navigate to the font file location.

 
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