This striking, informal upright script style reveals a combination of brush letter and handwriting influence. British lettering designer Alan Meeks created the capitals for use with the lower case letters, and a joining facility is included in many of the characters. Limehouse Script is a current display face with a wide variety of uses.
The delightful calligraphic appearance of this all capital typeface is heightened by a controlled, textured edge and a whimsical, free-flowing embellishment running throughout. Hazel benefits from slightly wider than usual letter and word spacing. Created by accomplished British designer Phill Grimshaw.
This hard-hitting, condensed typeface was inspired by the Soviet constructivist movement of the 1920s. Impakt bears a powerful geometric appearance that makes it an ideal choice when a commanding, masculine effect is required. Created by British designer Leonard Currie.
A soft, monolineal script face supported by a unique set of free flowing initial capitals. The timeless qualities of Glastonbury make it an excellent choice across a spectrum of display purposes. An early creation of noted British designer Alan Meeks.