Diary of a Fly Font

About Diary of a Fly Font

Diary of a Fly is a children’s book about a fly’s journal at the beginning of her school year. It was written by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Harry Bliss.

The font used for the book title is Dschoyphul by Robert Schenk. Dschoyphul is a hand-lettered serif typeface that was crudely drawn with a pen. It comes in a regular style and an oblique style.

Set in Dschoyphul

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Dschoyphul Typeface in Use

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