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Dear Dolores has had its name from the latin word dolorem, meaning sorrow or grief. When I started working on this display font I found myself trying it out using the latin requiem texts. The capitals somehow sat well with the monumental and solemn words of mourning. The broken hairlines suggested stone cuttings where the fine details had been worn down and obliterated over time and it felt at home in a churchyard or in a monument park.
Adding lowercase gave the font a more personal and friendly appearance and opened up new possibilities for use. The name itself is a fictional message to someone long missed or perhaps lost too soon.
Dear Dolores comes in a cut and an uncut version where the fine details are left intact.
Both are excellent for headlines or memorable quotes.
- Designer: Hans Samuelson
- License: You can use this font for personal purpose.
You can purchase full version and commercial license here: https://www.myfonts.com/collections/dear-dolores-font-samuelstype