Booklet 3 - Script

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Booklet 3 - Script

  1. 1. HELLO Welcome to the penultimate issue of the gorgeous Best & Most Loveliest Free Typefaces! This episode showcases some of the nicest script fonts available for no cost, picked out for you, by us. It’s not only the typefaces that we are highlighting, it’s the designers too. The last issue it coming so watch out, they make a lovely set!
  2. 2. nick curtis “Nick’s Fonts is a modest little foundry dedicated to the preservation of our rich typographic heritage. Most of the foundry’s designs are based on authentic historical sources, gleaned from the massive collections of the Library of Congress. If you’re looking for a font that captures the essence of the Wild West, the Gay Nineties or the Jazz Age, look here first: if it’s not in the catalog, it will be soon.” Curtis has created over 400 different typefaces but Creampuff is definitely our favourite. It’s funky, bold and fluid design is both fun and friendly. This by no means implies that you shouldn’t head over to his web page and take a look at some of his other fantastic fonts! nicksfonts.com
  3. 3. zebra somewhere else “The studio at Somewhere Else based in Singapore exists as an idea: the constant pursuit for the Ideal, a journey with no known destination except beyond the status in quo. A constant pursuit to create works that are able to not just communicate, but also able to touch and inspire. This Zebra truteype font is an experiment in display type. Inspired by the use of a Zebra Name Pen, the causual stroke of this pen and its multiple usage is very appealing. The font mimics the smooth, friendly strokes, into a slightly cursive, yet neat handwriting.” somewhere-else.info
  4. 4. satisfaction Andrew Leman Andrew Leman was born in Denver, Colorado, in 1966 and grew up surrounded by printing and graphic arts. In 1997 he moved to Los Angeles, California, and began working as a graphic prop designer for films and television shows. His work has been seen on the screen in Galaxy Quest, Ali, What Lies Beneath, and The West Wing, among many others. Aside from his many other talents Leman has a passion for type design that followed his love of creating accurate and detailed replicas of old documents. Satisfaction is one of Leman’s most interesting designs; a casual vintage script font developed from hand-lettered words in various 1930s cigarette ads. We particularly love the exaggerated lower case characters with their confident and elaborate ascenders and descenders. ahleman.com
  5. 5. BEST & MOST LOVELIEST FREE FONTS BROUGHT TO YOU WITH LOTS OF LOVE BY FONTFACE™ COME ALONG AND VISIT US AT FONTFACE.COM

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