About LiebeLotte Font Family
Forget that hipster coolness for a minute and design something cute and charming with LiebeLotte! Go ahead and make beautiful things with her: birthday cards, wedding invitations, love letters, new signage for your deli—so many things look sweeter when you use this well-crafted handwriting font.
We’ve put all of our heart and soul into this typeface—it took us a whole year to draw, refine, and interconnect all these loopy letterforms. We hope it’s really hard to tell that this is a typeface at all—the perfect connections and many swash variations make it look like you actually sat down with a pen. A pretty good pen in fact.
LiebeLotte comes with a state-of-the-art character set. She also sports a variety of ligatures and alternative forms, available through OpenType features. (Please make sure your software supports ligatures for the letter connections and OpenType if you wish to use the advanced features.)
Advanced designers, please take a look at our best-sellers LiebeErika and LiebeKlara: the all-new LiebeLotte makes a great companion for these popular fonts.
We do think you’ll have plenty of fun with this versatile package of loopy letters for letter lovers. Or lovely letters for loop lovers. And hey, you can absolutely use LiebeLotte to make happy hipster designs, too! Promise!
“Liebe” means “love” in German. “The name LiebeFonts is meaningful to me in more ways than one”, Ulrike Rausch said in her 2013 Creative Characters interview. “On one hand, my fonts obviously look ‘sweet’ — in other words, friendly and lovable. And of course the name also refers to my own love of fonts.” Ulrike’s skills are equal parts handicraft and digital savvy, and her fonts are as technically sophisticated as they are charming. “It is very important to me that my fonts serve a wide variety of languages so that they are suitable for professional typesetting,” she says. “I also invest a lot of time into sensibly grouped OpenType features like contextual and stylistic alternates as well as a wide range of ligatures and swashed letters.”