Shelton Slab is a Typeface with an eroded, printed look. Every letter seems to be picked up from a different slab serif alphabet, this variety creates powerful, eyecatching words.
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With a Desktop License, you can install the font software on a fixed number of computers and use it for graphics, print or products.Read full License Agreement.
Shelton Slab RegularDesktop: 1 Computer€15.00Add matching Web license and save 50%
With a Web License, you can use the font software on a website within the given page views. Web fonts can not be installed on your computer.Read full License Agreement.
Shelton Slab RegularWeb: Up to 20.000 Pageviews/Month€15.00Add matching Desktop license and save 50%
With an App License, you can include the font software in a mobile application with a defined maximum number of downloads.Read full License Agreement.
Shelton Slab RegularApp: 100.000 Downloads€75.00Add matching Desktop license€15.00
With a Server License, you can embed the font within Platforms that allow the end-user to create customised physical products (e.g. invitations, t-shirts, etc).Read full License Agreement.
Shelton Slab RegularServer: 100 Created Products/Month€150.00Add matching Desktop license€15.00
One license for everything!
A company license covers unlimited use inside your company, from Desktop, Web, App to every other usage field.
Nothing that fits? If you would like to purchase any other license, please contact us directly
The whole look and the idea of mixed up letters is coming from the wood type era where each letter has been carved out of wood and the alphabets where stored in drawers or big ones even in shelves. Today in the digital age we have much more options and need less space for the storage of typefaces – but the handmade and crafted look has its own quality which is difficult to achieve with digital products – But we gave our best: Each letter has an alternate counterpart to avoid the typical font-repitition-effect: So you can just pick the alternate option and try out how it looks best.