Lilith Typeface Raises Funds to Support Local Charities

Aug 11, 2020 | Inspiration

North Carolina based Graphic Designer Taylor Cashdan is using his work to fuel initiatives that matter to him the most. With the desire to positively impact the world around him, Cashdan recently launched a premium typeface that will donate all proceeds to local organizations that combat hunger. 

 

Lilith is a dual-weight display typeface that comes with a full alphabet, 17 alternate characters, full punctuation sets, and numbers. There is a suggested price of $15, but Cashdan has set up a pay-what-you-can module so that everyone can support this initiative. 

Full alphabet character set. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

17 alternate characters. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

Full punctuation set. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

Numbers character set. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

“My subtle interest in the occult isn’t a secret, and COVID has made community-centered impact really challenging,” said Cashdan. “However, sometimes inspiration strikes and it only makes sense to feed the flame. You get a cool product and you get to support some great causes.” 100% of proceeds will be split among four charities – No Kid Hungry, Activate Good, Table Raleigh, and Raleigh Pact.

Lilith typeface. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

To purchase a license for Lilith click here. If you would like to see more work by Cashdan, follow him over on Instagram or visit his personal website. Use the hashtag #lilithinthewild when sharing your work on social media. Have fun!

Lilith poster mockup. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

Wall mockup. (Photo: Taylor Cashdan)

What fun projects will you make with Lilith? Share your thoughts with me in the comments!

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