New Interactive Fonts Make a Great Team (Uniform)

by Matt DeLaere, Marketing

iGuardian Left and iGuardian Right combine to make a shield-like number design.
Sometimes awesome things are made even better when they’re paired up. Peanut butter is great on its own, but add jelly and you have a lunchroom staple. Batman fought plenty of crime on his own, but with Robin he formed a dynamic duo. Dean Martin was a heck of a singer, but paired with Jerry Lewis… well, the French love Jerry Lewis, so they probably think it was a great pair. The point is, sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

And so it is with Stahls’ new interactive pre-cut number fonts. These three fonts are actually six fonts: iGuardian Left, iGuardian Right, iViper Left, iViper Right, iPowerhouse Left, and iPowerhouse Right. Each pair of fonts can be used in four different combinations: two left numbers, two right numbers, one left and one right, or one right and one left. It’s not as confusing as it seems!

Take iGuardian, for example. You can create a uniform number using two digits of iGuardian Left or two digits of iGuardian Right. To help show how you can combine the fonts, we’re showing iGuardian Left in Columbia and White and iGuardian Right in Orange and White.

iGuardian Left and Right Combined
Another combination is one digit in iGuardian Left and one in iGuardian Right, as shown in this picture. Combining left and right fonts creates a unique shield-like number design.
iGuardian Right and Left combined
The fourth combination is to use iGuardian Right for the first digit and iGuardian Left for the second. This creates a wing-like effect, or as one colleague called it, “flying buttresses” (she’s kind of fancy like that).

Similarly, iViper and iPowerhouse interact, creating great-looking uniform numbers when left and right are combined.

New iViper and iPowerhouse Pre-Cut Number Fonts

Start offering your customers unique number combinations with these awesome pairs. Martin and Lewis had nothing on them!

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2 thoughts on “New Interactive Fonts Make a Great Team (Uniform)”

  1. Back in 2005 I purchased a font cd from stahls. Do you have a new font cd with the current fonts ?? if so can you email me the cost and list of the new fonts.

    JANET K.

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