About this font family
Rosarian celebrates the signpainterly grace of the pointed brush. Ink flows expressively from thick, rounded downstrokes to thin, delicate hairlines. Rosarian presents sensually rounded letterforms and distinctively doubled-up connections on the a, g, q, and u. Elegant swash capitals and alternates — 215 in all — lend it a fanciful look suggestive of Art Nouveau, with delicate curls that sprout like vines.
Contextual alternates help Rosarian look convincingly hand-lettered, while stylistic alternates allow you to set Rosarian as a less formal, unconnected script.