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PF Champion Script Pro® - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

PF Champion Script Pro is perhaps the most advanced and powerful calligraphic family ever made. It received an award for Excellence in Type Design from the International Type Design Competition ‘Modern Cyrillic which.

How many ways can a typeface charm its reader? The aptly named Winsome offers virtually endless variety, in a friendly script face that balances the casual with the calligraphic. Customize it with over 600 alternates, swash characters, and ligatures. Winsome even includes a disconnected version via the titling feature, for even more typographic versatility. With generous letterspacing and unfussy letterforms, Winsome is always a pleasure to read.

How many ways can a typeface charm its reader? The aptly named Winsome offers virtually endless variety, in a friendly script face that balances the casual with the calligraphic. Customize it with over 600 alternates, swash.

Saturday Script - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

Say hello to Saturday Script! A a care-free, casual, handwritten script with authentic tell-tale dry brush imperfections. Saturday Script has the added bonus of having ‘multiple personalities’!

King Bloser - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

King Bloser Is a calligraphic font family inspired by Masters of Penmanship. The name King Bloser is a homage to penman E. Bloser from the century; While the typeface has nothing from Bloser’s work, he was one of the.

Lamar Pen™ - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar had an exotic name for a historic Texan, but he left his mark beginning in the year of Texas independence. Lamar went on to become the young republic’s first elected vice-president (to.

Valentia - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

Valentia is an elegant font, casual and readable, this new script typeface is based on Copperplate style. Valentia has been drawn with spontaneous strokes and slightly contrasting thicknesses.

FDI Tierra Nueva - based on ancient cartographic map

Four fonts — found on a map of America, created by the spanish cartographer Diego Gutiérrez and the dutch engraver Hieronymus Cock anno From the start of the digitization by Sebastian Nagel in Tierra Nueva has.

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