About this font family
Positronic Toaster is a modern interpretation of the French upright scripts of the nineteenth century.
It started off as an attempt to make a stylized script that didn't feel like it belonged on a 1950s chrome appliance. Later on, however, the design grew to embrace the qualities of that style of lettering. The result is something playful and elegant, that is not tied to any particular time period. More…
The distinctive angular loops on the ascenders will join together in words like ‘bulb’ or ‘wallflower’ using OpenType contextual alternates. It is suitable for cards, wedding invitations, or any project requiring a fashionable, upscale look.