Commercial lettering artist Michael Clark found that italics and light classical scripts, in their many forms, were more popular for his purposes than more formal styles.
A light chancery, the fifteenth-century writing hand of the Vatican, Pouty is accompanied by a set of ligatures and alternate characters that complement a sweetly elegant cursive.
Named for his daughter Jennifer, this script offers such an opportunity.
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