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Dec 04

Font Kit Mix

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Font Kit Mix

A collection of 100 professional fonts that can be used for both commercial and personal projects.
 



Normally: $9.99

ZOT Price: $4.99

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Great Fonts, Great Price 

"All 100 fonts uploaded to my Font Book with no hassle. This is a great set of fonts for graphic design purposes or simply casual use for a great price." - by Motif-Mike

 

Below are some samples:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typical Character Complement for All Display and Text Fonts 

 

 

 

End User Licensing Agreement

 

 

 

This font data is protected by copyright laws and international copyright treaties, as well as other intellectual property laws and treaties. This font data is licensed, not sold. By installing or otherwise using this font data, you agree to be bound by the terms of this End User Licensing Agreement. This license agreement represents the entire agreement. If you do not agree to the terms of this EULA, do not install or use this Font Software.

Nick's Fonts grants you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to install and use this font data on up to five computers or workstations, connected to any number of in-house imaging devices, subject to the following grants and restrictions.

YOU MAY:

• Use this font for personal or professional projects (work for hire) including—but not limited to—artwork, logotypes, apparel, word art and web graphics.

• Send a copy of any Nick's Fonts font data along with your documents to a commercial printer or other service bureau to enable the editing or printing of your document.

• Embed this font data within PostScript files or PDF files for distribution, viewing, and imaging to third parties only in a secured read-only mode; that is, the recipients of such documents or pages may open and print the documents, but may not alter or edit them in any way.

• Make copies of this font data as may be necessary for backup and archival purposes only.

YOU MAY NOT:

• Modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or create derivative works based on the Nick's Fonts font data without Nick's Fonts' prior written consent, except for modifications made strictly for your personal use or, if this font is used by your company, for use solely within your company.

• Sell this font data AS FONT DATA to a third party under any circumstances including, but not limited to, rubber-stamp alphabets, die-cut alphabets, rub-on alphabets, or digitized fonts for embroidery.

• Distribute copies of this font data to third parties, including—but not limited to—renting, leasing, lending or uploading this font data to a publicly-accessible server. 

*Although this product is available on the Mac App Store - Today's ZOT is for a NON App Store version.
Upon Purchase, we will send you a link to a ZIP file to download the fonts on your computer.

 



System Requirements:

 

Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, Windows XP or later.

- OpenType fonts are cross-platform

- Mountain Lion support

- Retina ready

4 Responses to “Font Kit Mix”

  1. Maeric Says:

    There have been a few font collections on MacZot this year and I usually find a couple of worthy typefaces in these collections that compel me to buy. When I saw this latest one from Nick’s Fonts, I had the same thought, “one or two stand out so maybe I’ll buy.”

    But I went to the guy’s site and read his story. After reading it, helping the author out seemed the least I could do. I also recognize some of his free fonts I’ve downloaded over the years so best of luck to him.

    —Mark

  2. CV18 Says:

    The Fonts Collection Catalog doesn’t have some of the fonts shown in example here (like Artemisia, Cleveland Litho, Cressida, etc). Has it not been updated yet or are these not part of this pack?

  3. admin Says:

    CV18 – I uploaded an image above with all the fonts included.

    Maeric – Yes indeed.

    Mike Biskup
    macZOT

  4. gryhnd Says:

    I’m with Maeric. I’m probably using some of the author’s free fonts without realizing it. $5 for these, and to help the guy out? No brainer.