Hello Lary – Cursive Font

Introducing Hello Lary – Cursive Font ! A lovely handmade font.

Suitable for any design needs, branding, blog design, modern advertising design, invitation, love quote, Home decor, Book/Cover Title, wedding invitation, wedding events, birthday, custom mug, pillow, t-shirts, any cursive handwriting needs and more.

What’s Included :

Hello Lary Typeface (.ttf and .otf) comes with upper and lowercase Standard Characters, Punctuation, Numerals. And other Glyphs variation of the OpenType features such as Standard Ligature and Stylistic Set. Stylistic Set are available for lowercase characters. Accessible in the Adobe Illustrator and adobe indesign Glyphs panel, or under Stylistic Alternates in the Adobe Photoshop OpenType menu.

+Extras (vector) : 26 Ornament and Swashes to add punch to your designs.
Thank you for your purchase! and hope you’re having fun with “Hello Lary” cursive font !

Beauford Font

Introducing new vintage display typeface it’s call “Beauford”. You are welcome to use it for various purposes: logos, headings, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, labels, posters etc.

Beauford font features:

269 glyphs
100 alternates
34 final forms
61 ligatures
5 swash
PUA (private use areas)

Article publié pour la première fois le 14/02/2016

Artisan Display Typeface

Introducing new classic display typeface it’s call Artisan Display. Allcaps font with classic style. OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternate and Swashin some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design, and also a touch of ornament makes this font look stylist. To access the alternat glyphs, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS and Adobe Indesign. More information about how to access alternate glyphs, you can see it on this link ( http://goo.gl/oBLKpz ). You can use this font for various purposes.such as logo, wedding invitation, t-shirt, posters, lable, greetingcard, letterhead, book cover,

Article publié pour la première fois le 14/02/2016