Script Font Identification Guide

Part 6 - ARTISTIC Category
Sign Lettering (Continued)

These script fonts are the work of lettering artists, and may be intended to resemble text faces while retaining the hand-drawn character. They have some characteristics of Casual hand printing, but they are clearly the work of a disciplined artist, engineer or architect who is creating legible, personal type for signs, handbills, drawings, or other copy where formal text typefaces are too stiff, or impersonal.

Use the underlined links below to navigate between major script font Categories
(just remember FACES ) of the various Style Groups :

Formal, Artistic, Casual, Elegant, and Strange.

Use the underlined links below to navigate between Style Groups of the Artistic Category:

Calligraphic Lettering, Designed Scripts, and Sign Lettering

Sign Lettering
"See 'fontname' " is used below image to indicate the true font name referenced in the Script Font Reference List

Revival of 'Mobil' by Helmut Matheis (1960)

Revival of 'Papageno' by Richard Weber (1958)

Note: many lower case letters are not the same as the u.c. version

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Date of this page version:18 Oct 2005

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