An unconnecting informal yet formal script. Caravan is a rambling font which gives the appearance of going places. It rambles slightly up and down relative to its baseline and yet keeps its formality, typical of a scripted face.
The Idea was so simple. Try to combine between a script font with classic victorian styles. But not too complicated and try to make it keep simple as a script font. And here is the result: "Aisha Script". Try it and hope you like.. Thank You..
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Aleandra Script is a typeface that experiences adopting two building models: the typographic (with repetition of shapes) and the script (with the freedom of writing). The models are presented in a subtle, unobtrusive way and mainly without conflicts. The essence of each personality is present, coexisting harmoniously and enjoying the same stylistic space. It was designed as a display typeface that contains 408 glyphs in total and 211 alternative characters to improve your design. It is suitable for logo, packaging, headline, poster, t-shirt, etc. After careful evaluation of the connections between characters, intelligent standards have been established for use of the OpenType feature, that used together with the ‘stylistic alternates, stylistic sets, and swash’ feature, offers a gentle and friendly pace.
OTF + TTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 3.4 Mb RAR
Iza and Paulo W (Intellecta Design) are proud to announce Bradstone-Parker script Script. A free interpretation of the golden age writing style from American classical penmanship. Inspired in Zaner and his contemporaries Bradstone-Parker has evocative (sometimes exaggerated) ligature forms and voluptuous forms. In non-OpenType-savvy applications it works well as an unusual and beautiful script style font. Because of its high number of alternate letters and combinations (almost 700 glyphs), we suggest the use of the glyph palette to find ideal solutions to specific designs. The sample illustrations will give you an idea of the possibilities. You have full access to this amazing stuff using InDesign, Illustrator, QuarkXpress and similar software. However, we still recommend exploring what this font has to offer using the glyphs palette: principally to get all the power of the Contextual Alternates feature.
TTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 7 Mb RAR
OTF | WOFF
Steinweiss Script began its journey towards daylight when Michael Doret was asked by Taschen Publishing to do cover lettering for the huge commemorative edition they were putting together on the work of Alex Steinweiss—“The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover” . The lettering was to be created to appear similar to the famous “Steinweiss Scrawl” the calligraphy that Steinweiss had used on countless album covers.While designing this piece of lettering, Michael realized that there was great potential for a font that was designed in the spirit of that famous “scrawl”. Through his contacts at Taschen Publishing, he was fortunate enough to be able to contact the Steinweiss family, and get the official Steinweiss approval to proceed with his “Steinweiss Script” project. Michael decided that in addition to giving the font his name as an homage, that he would donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this font to the man himself: Alex Steinweiss. Read more about the background of Steinweiss Script in Steven Heller’s article in Imprint.Steinweiss Script is a family of fonts in three weights: Light, Medium, and Bold. Additionally, within each weight there are three variations: Simple, Fancy, and Titling. These variations relate to the size/ratio of the caps to the lowercase, the complexity of those caps, and the size of the ascenders/descenders on the lowercase characters. These variations add usefulness to the font, making it accessible not just for headlines, but for longer passages of text as well. For a better understanding of its unique features please download The Steinweiss Script Users Guide from the Gallery section.PLEASE NOTE: the three Steinweiss Script fonts are cross-platform fonts which depend to some extent on certain advanced OpenType features, therefore they can be used to their full potential only with programs that support those features. When setting Steinweiss Script one should almost ALWAYS select the “Standard Ligatures" and “Contextual Alternates” buttons in your OpenType palette. See the “Read Me First!” file in the Gallery section.
Alipe Script is a new script typefaces family. Alipe Script family has light, medium and bold fonts, all with ligatures, alternates and a set of ornements. It can be use for text as for titling applications.
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This script loops and loops like a spaghetti using the power of OpenType alternates. The lettering made by this font would evoke your young days in the 60s & 70s.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 5.7 Mb RAR
Lush Script Font Family $47.20 | 1 x TTF and OTF