This ain’t no Lucinda. League Script #1 is a modern, coquettish script font that sits somewhere between your high school girlfriend’s love notes and handwritten letters from the ’20s. Designed exclusively for the League of Moveable Type, it includes ligatures and will act as the framework for future script designs.
I’m in love with the whole DIY-calligraphy-script-fun-lettering movement. I find it beautiful and fun and stylish and happy. I hope you like my new font in this style:
Euphoria Script will be an informal script typeface. I started sketching the letterforms by hand with a copperplate nib, and then redrew them in my font editor with the stroke endings seen in brush scripts. This makes the type seem playful, which I feel is important for casual scripts.
It has very fast curves, thanks to the slight slant angle, but it remains highly legible. It will be perfect for titles and short phrases in branding, magazines, content about food, fashion, music, and things which are as lively as the font itself.
Semi-formal and eye-catching elegance is the name of the game, says Aguafina Script, Koziupa and Paul’s latest creation.
Graceful, but not too casual. Knowledgeable and artistic, but not too imposing. The characters flow into each other, making a very saucy script with appetizing color. The narrow lowercase allows for efficient use of space, while the long ascenders and descenders help maintain the legibility.
A unique find among scripts, Aguafina is useful for product packaging, glossy magazine work, and book covers.
Parfait Script Pro takes its inspiration from Spencerian script and pointed brush lettering, two styles of writing (or of drawing letters, a calligrapher would say), that the designer successfully combined.
Parfait Script Pro is an Open-Type font designed by Maximiliano R. Sproviero between 2009 and 2010. It has over 850 glyphs,
Feel Script is based on lettering that calligrapher and logo designer Rand Holub created for Intertype for his face Monterey. Fortunately, I didn’t have the technological limitations today that Intertype had back then. Holub’s lettering is presented in its entirety within Feel Script. Some letterforms were redrawn from vintage American magazine ads (some by Holub himself), along with many new alternates, ligatures, ending forms, and strangely beautiful character combinations. The experience I’ve accumulated from my previous calligraphy typefaces (Ministry Script, Affair, Buffet Script, Burgues Script, et al.) made it easier for me to apply Holub’s lettering in a new context using OpenType technology. The usual extended treatment was given to Feel Script, all the way into the implementation of three-letter ligatures and the dreamiest swashes I could imagine. I changed some of the connections between the lowercase letters in order to fit Holub’s calligraphy as opposed to the limited Intertype metal attempt.
Angel Script is a light, contemporary monoline script.
There are approximately 695 individual glyphs complete with Stylistic and Contextual Alternates, Titling Alternates, Swashes and even Old Style Numerals. Needless to say, there’s a lot ‘under the hood’, and the typographic flexibility I wanted with earlier concepts shows in grand style with this release.
The single weight font includes a complete Central European and Western diacritic set as well.