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Complete family of 7 fonts: $79.00
Prosciutto Font Family was designed by Liz Bartucci and published by tuccicursive. Prosciutto contains 7 styles and family package options. More about this family
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About Prosciutto Font Family

Prosciutto is a completely handlettered typeface that just like the Italian cured ham itself, is a buttery mix of salty and sweet forms. Prosciutto combines modern script and primitive printing that makes its own kind of modern day folk movement. This typeface has so many combinations available almost making a completely new style every time you combine the three different fonts. There is also a set of over 50 extras that add a touch of organic spontaneous hand drawn flourish to your designs. Prosciutto includes a full international and multilingual support and a very large set of alternate contextual characters and built-in ligatures to allow flawless typesetting in dynamic OpenType format. I have always used art and letters to describe my world, and am so happy to bring that work into the digital realm. For me, there is a definitive spiritual connection between a person and their handwriting. It’s almost as moving as a photo of them, possibly, even more so.

Designers: Liz Bartucci

Publisher: tuccicursive

Foundry: tuccicursive

Design Owner: tuccicursive

MyFonts debut: Jul 25, 2016

Prosciutto™ is a trademark of tuccicursive.

About tuccicursive

Created by lettering artist, writer and illustrator, Liz Bartucci, Prosciutto is Liz’s first offering from her Tuccicursive Foundry. Her work is 'inspired from her expressive Italian-American Family.‘ Liz has always used art, words, and letters to describe her world, and now is happy to bring her work into the digital realm. “Everyone in my family has beautiful, characteristic handwriting, you could always tell who was sending you a letter before opening the envelope.” My prized possessions have always been my families’ notes and letters. For me, there is a definitive spiritual connection between a person and their handwriting. It feels so natural to design hand drawn typefaces because I've honored it for so long."