BOLDFACED END USER LICENCE v2.00
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BOLDFACED END USER LICENCE
Version 2.0 , May 2021
This Font Software End User Agreement (the “Agreement” or “License”) is a legal agreement between you and Boldfaced and when you
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1. Rights Granted
Boldfaced grants Licensee a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive and non-transferrable license to:
a. Use the Font to create and distribute graphics, logos, and artwork for display on any surface including computer screens,
television screens, paper, physical products, or any other surface. The created graphics may be a fixed size (e.g. JPG, PNG, etc.)
or a static vector (e.g. SVG, EPS, etc. made with a “create outlines” tool).
b. Embed or link the Font in accordance with the rules described in Section 2d, “Document Embedding,” of this EULA.
2. Requirements and Restrictions
a. Products: Licensee may not use the Font to create alphabet or letterform products for resale where the product consists of
individual letterforms, including rubber stamps, die-cut products, stencil products, or adhesive sticker alphabet products where
the likeness of the Font can be reproduced and the end-user of said products can create their own typesetting. An extended
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example, a rubber stamp that has the words “Great!” or a sticker that says “Thank You.”
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above still applying.
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to third parties, must be read-only by those recipients. Documents embedding the Font and created for in-house use or sent to
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users specified on the Invoice. In the case of a single user license, the Licensee may temporarily provide the Font to a single
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The third-party designer, developer, agent, or independent contractor must:
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b. Retain no copies of the Font upon completion of the work.
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Section 8, “Termination.” Boldfaced will not charge additional fees post purchase, annually or otherwise.
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This EULA, in conjunction with the Invoice that accompanies each Font licensed from Boldfaced constitutes the entire agreement
between Boldfaced and Licensee.
The Parties may modify or amend this EULA in writing.
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This Regular | 193 Glyphs
This typeface is based off of some lettering Corey did years ago for a movie poster that was soundly rejected by the client, and sat on his hard drive collecting digital dust for years. He pitched us the idea of making a stencil for his stencil font, Ne10, which we not only loved, but made real.
It then promptly sold out at the next type convention that we sent it to, and we realized that we had something that people really enjoyed as a physical object.
“I do think it’s fascinating that just when real stencils became genuinely irrelevant, was when we introduced ours into the market. I was asked if there were any other stencils we could make, so I came up with This and another LED-inspired one called Matrix. In the time that I created that stencil through to today, the release of the digital version, a lot of ground was covered by other type designers in that style of font. So although we had consistent requests to release it digitally, I wasn’t interested because the market was already saturated with this type of product. Fairgoods came up with the, quite frankly, brilliant idea of making this available for free. I didn’t feel right charing money for this, and I like that those people that wanted it can now have access, and it isn’t just sitting abandoned on my hard drive.
I think it’s lovely that Fairgoods has made this available as a gift for you.”
|Uploaded on:||May 11, 2016|
|Designed by:||Corey Holms|
|Tags:||Bold, Serif, Modern|
|Languages:||Show Language Support|
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