Chalky Fingers – Handwritten Chalk Lettering Font

I ran a chalkboard business back in the ‘90s, custom illustrating menu boards for bars and cafés. Now my hand-lettered chalk style is back for all to enjoy as a font… Chalky Fingers!

Chalky Fingers - Handwritten Chalk Lettering Font

No fakery – all hand-drawn with real artists’ chalks. A textured font with loads of character and personality, perfect for use with food packaging, restaurant and cafe menu boards, t-shirts, merchandise, posters, children’s books, social media quotes, websites and signage.

Chalky Fingers includes loads of swashes and arrows to give extra emphasis to your messages. Numbers, punctuation and multi-language characters are all included.

Enjoy getting Chalky Fingers!

Included in this set:

  • Chalky Fingers .OTF, .WOFF and .WOFF2

Zipped File Size: 48.9 MB

File Types Included: .OTF, .PNG, .WOFF

Please note that Stylistic Alternates will require professional design software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Inkscape.

Language Support: English

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2 lovely comments from our community

  1. felipepinaud

    Hey, i,ve bought the font. I’d like to know how to use Stylistic Alternates in Adobe illustrator. Can you give me a tip? Thanks!

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    • Annabel Smith

      Hey Felipe,

      Thank you so much for commenting! The great news is that we have a tutorial on accessing and working with stylistic alternates, which you can check out here: https://bit.ly/2Pex33v :).

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