Here's a rough-and-tumble poster font created by savagely hand-scribbling the letters within the clean bounds of a square template (hence the title). It's quick and decidedly dirty, with just the alphanumerics, but it may have some graphic-design uses if you're assembling handbills for a bar band or something (the ultimate wish of any font, I firmly believe without a hint of irony, is to be used on handbills for a bar band, but living in Austin may be clouding my priorities somewhat).
I made the masters for this font last fall as an exercise along with several others in a similar style. It was drawn at the 503 Coffee Bar near South First and Oltorf - one of the very best little hangouts in the city.
Prison Walls font contains 94 defined characters and 36 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (1).
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