Silente Italic Font – Silent Movies School Typography

I’ve seen a revival of new projects that prefer movie titles as it was done during the Hollywood period of silent movies. Although “The Artist” (Oscar Best Motion Picture, 2012) was not perfect in font accomplishment production, it was an excellent attempt to bring awareness to Hollywood’s Golden Age and silent films typography.

With that in mind, I designed this new Western premium font to offer an option to those interested in movie productions, screened in black and white. The commercial typeface is called Silente Italic font.

Below is the alphabet image and sample of the font so you can study if this style fits into your budget film production. You can purchase the font with unlimited license through Paypal. Available for Windows and Mac platforms. For more information, you can contact me through my email – darkvotum at gmail. Thanks for your considerations about my professional work.


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