by Stephen Coles (Stewf)
See also italo_cs by italonapalm.

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An athletic slab for jerseys, letterman jackets, giant hillside letters, ball caps, or launching your own line of trendy teen apparel. All caps. Some (generally wider) alternates in the lowercase slots. Figures on the way. Other, more refined fonts in this style include Princetown and Yearbook.


Best university styled FontStruct so far. Need numbers, though... ;)
Comment by Roger S. Nelsson 10th april 2008
Figures and basic punctuation complete.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 13th april 2008
Basic math symbols added. Basic Latin nearly done.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 16th april 2008
very nice! now i wanna try to do a uni-slab!
Comment by Sye Robertson (SimonRobertson) 24th april 2008
hello stewf, how can i do if i want to use it in a commercial use? I would love to insert it in a project for a small client but i need to know if you would allow me. thank you for your answer andreas(at)
Comment by andyska 3rd september 2008
Those who want to use this font commercially can always contact me here on FontStruct. Just click my name.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 9th july 2013
Awesome font... I was looking for something like this...
Comment by Max Pelican (Grandslammer99) 21st february 2015

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