Tumbleweed is a decorative typeface that displays the unmistakable look of the Wild West. It based on the Cottonwood designed in 1991 by Kim Buker Chansler, Barbara Lind, and Joy Redick.
Tumbleweed is stylistically modelled on the typefaces used in advertisements and signage toward the end of the 19th century. Typical for these capital alphabets are the split serifs which emphasize the markedly decorative character.
Tumbleweed is best used sparingly in headlines to best emphasize its decorative, 'wild' character.