Version 1.1, April 24, 1997
Copyright 1997 Martin P. Pfeiffer
Price: Shirt no longer availalble, sold out!
Scooter Boy is a font constructed of tiny triangles (a la a yield sign). It is all lowercase and very informal. Scooter Girl is similar, but instead of triangles, circles are used. Check out a preview of this font. Also included with the purchase of this font is a free t-shirt for US residents (Above: Steph Tuggle modeling the t-shirt).
Get ready to go on the ride of your life.
Scooter Boy was just kind of one of those random things... I had left a message for my boss a few weeks ago asking for a new name tag. Since I was taking a trip down to Sunnyvale, CA (1400 miles, round trip) to meet my dad to pick up my scooter, I figured that it would be totally cool to have a name tag that said "Scooter Boy." She thought that this was so funny that she told everyone else at work that my new name was "Scooter Boy." The name has stuck.
So I decided to design a T-Shirt with a Scooter Boy theme. You can find out more about scoot-culture at my scooter boy home page.
Demo Version 1.0
Macintosh: PostScript | TrueType
Windows: PostScript | TrueType
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