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Marjac by Jeremia Adatte
Individual Styles from $29.00
Complete family of 3 fonts: $49.00
Marjac Font Family was designed by Jeremia Adatte, Marcel Jacno and published by Jeremia Adatte. Marjac contains 3 styles and family package options. More about this family

About Marjac Font Family

Marjac is an angular and upright script typeface that is directly inspired by handwriting. It is created after "Jacno", a typeface designed in 1948 by French type and graphic designer Marcel Jacno. This unique bold design later inspired other typeface designers to create brush script typefaces like Roger Excoffon’s "Choc". You will also notice it has a "unicase" feel, sharing some lowercase letters in the capital letters. It is recommended to use it for any packaging designs related to quality hand-made products, advertising, web, film title sequence design, posters, magazines and book jackets. Marjac is loaded with an extended character set, supporting Central, Western and Eastern European languages. It has plenty of cool OpenType features like a fun automatic brush underline feature or newly-designed secret alternate letters (like capital A). Kerning and spacing (+ than 25,000 kerning pairs) have been meticulously made-to-measure to this specific brush typeface. Beautiful hand-made arrows and other symbols were created to accompany letters.

Designers: Jeremia Adatte, Marcel Jacno

Publisher: Jeremia Adatte

Foundry: Jeremia Adatte

Design Owner: Jeremia Adatte

MyFonts debut: Jan 6, 2022


About Jeremia Adatte

Typography is a passion for more than 15 years. I do type design besides my main job, product and industrial design at Adatte Design studio in Lausanne, Switzerland. I was originally trained as a graphic designer. Avid collector of vintage type specimens, advertising, rare and beautiful objets, old and new art, design, print and typography books. Among various sources, books and rare catalogs are where I dig inspiration to create modern, technologically advanced, quality, and timeless display typefaces for creative people who seek original and unique designs.