About this font family
Brillig is a loose and informal handwriting font. It comes in four flavors, each of which has a very different feel.
Brillig Gimble: more formal in that the characters are interconnected as in cursive script. To further enhance this effect, the characters have been created with a slightly “blobby” pen which provides a suggestion of precision.
Brillig Earth: is bold and strong. It is more "down-to-earth" than the other styles, however, the boldness is tempered with quite wispy ends (terminuses) to the characters. It conveys a suggestion of speed and strength. More…
Brillig Aire: is the most delicate and ethereal of the styles. Think of fairies, dandelions and dragonflies and you have an idea of what Brillig Aire conveys. Not only are the characters very light in weight, but they terminate in a wispy, delicate end. In spite of all this, Brillig Aire is very readable and can be used in a variety of contexts.
Brillig Brave: is quite like Gimble in its feel with one important difference -- the characters are not connected as in cursive script. Each character stands alone.
Brillig Line: is a clean, lightweight style using a mono width line for an informal, handwritten feel.
There is a collection of the above four styles that is attractively priced and gives you the ability to use these four fonts in a variety of ways within the same document.
The font is particularly useable for the promotion of products aimed at designers of:
wedding invitations, party invitations, young clothing ranges, magazines, cosmetic packaging.
It has been carefully letterspaced and kerned. All upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals and accented characters are present.