“Over the highways and byways the pilgrim goes aflame with the name of my small black rose.” Hey, I think I went to an Irish Pub called the Black Rose in Boston once or twice .. Well, this font has nothing to do with that, but it is a nice face with some interesting flair. A sort of swashy hand drawn cursive flow, maybe sort of pirate-like I would say. (that bar was down by the water) I could see this carved into the name plaque of a pirate ship. Black Rose TTF is from prolific freeware font creator Bright Ideas. Download Black Rose!
Somewhere between blackletter and olde english (not the malt liquor) falls the typography of pirates, the fonts of the seven-seas, and that’s where Rapscallion lands smack-dab in the middle of. Crafted by Ryan Splint in a drunken debauchery-fuelled design inspired by the Melbourne, Australia folk-punk band MUTINY is this hearty, rough, scraggly face. If you are designing for a pirate ship, this one should be loaded in your font-arsenal. What’s another word for pirate treasure? Download Rapscallion TTF.