I love getting to show examples of my fonts. There are so many great creative people using it.
And not only that: the Daniel font is being used for Silver Lining coffee in Korea. Patrick shares their story:
A friend of mine in Korea recently had to move a coffee shop she has owned for several years because the neighborhood is getting too ‘hip’ and the landlord doubled her rent. She and her husband aren’t in to making profit, the enjoy helping people, roasting good coffee, and making a comfortable space to enjoy community. They didn’t feel good raising the price of her coffee to compensate, so they left and opened a new shop in a less ‘hip’ neighborhood, and called it Silver Lining in honor of the situation.
Give them a look, if you’re over in that area.
I got a note from Joe Boyle of Joe Boyle Photography. He says:
I just wanted to thank you for allowing people to use your fonts! I’m super thankful! I wanted to send you a link of what I created with your font – it’s just a phone case for iPhones and Droids. I’m selling it from society 6….
Here is the link for the phone case: http://society6.com/product/rocks-in-the-stream_iphone-case#9=195&52=377
This one’s from Claudia Hall Christian.
I just saw your note at DaFont about letting you know what it’s used for.
I found Daniel when I was wrapping up the production for the Alex the Fey thrillers. Since then, I’ve used it to depict her handwriting. It’s also in the banner – Alex the Fey.
Thank you for creating the font. I picked it because the “A” looks like a greek delta which is the symbol for heat or change. This character changes lives — in the books and of readers.
Meanwhile, Manuela Pinho is using it in the logo for her line of accessories. Give her a look and see what it’s about.
There sure are a lot of creative people out there! If you’re one, and you want me to feature your Daniel-font-related stuff, send me an email! (Link is up top.) And of course, you can always download all my fonts from the Page of Fontery. Thanks, everyone.