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Old 08-04-2005, 09:01 AM   #1
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Default Script fonts gone mad

My recent Veer catalog also includes a bunch of scripts, many of them designed (or co-designed) by Alejandro Paul.

I have rarely had much use for scripts in my work, but always love to look at them. Of the scripts shown in the booklet, I am drawn especially to these:
Koziupack (by Alejandro Paul & Koziupa)
Milk Script (by Paul & Graziani)
Ministry Script (by Paul; includes swashes, alternates, contextual ligatures)
Mr Sheffield (by Bluemlein & Paul)
Incognito (a set of 10 related scripts by Fountain Type)
Gizmo (by G-Type)
These are but a drop in the bucket. Veer shows 19 pages of script thumbnails in case these are not enough.

   
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