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About Brittes Font Family
Brittes is a fontface inspired in a formally English round hand, also called anglaise or Copperplate script. The calligraphy was the dominant style among 18th-century writing masters, whose copybooks were splendidly printed from models engraved on copper. In the mid-1800's, the Spencerian form of penmanship became a standard. An elegant handwriting was much prized. Today, in our computer age, a fine, beautiful, and legible handwriting brings a warm personal touch to your graphic design and visual communications projects. This font comes with three different kinds of capitals, regular and swashes to choose from, a full set of stylistic alternates, standard and discretional ligatures. Old style numerals ornaments and tails.
Designers: Olcar Alcaide
Design Owner: Eurotypo
MyFonts debut: May 13, 2013
Eurotypo is a foundry established in 2004 by Carine de Wandeleer and Olcar Alcaide that focuses on research, design, and the production of new fonts. Originally formed in Santa Severa, Italy, the group has since moved its headquarters to Valencia, Spain. In Eurotypo we develop new and original typefaces inspired by both the models of ancient writing and the investigation of new forms of expression based on the communication function of typography. The group made its MyFonts debut with Antium, and has followed it up with bestsellers such as script faces Aleka and Juliette.
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