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Signsurfers Script

Signsurfers Script

by Learning Kiddos
Individual Styles from $18.99
Complete family of 3 fonts: $34.99
Signsurfers Script Font Family was designed by Marie Dautel and published by Learning Kiddos. Signsurfers Script contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Signsurfers Script Font Family

Signsurfer is a unique retro font - a signpainter font, handwritten by me. Inspired by the golden ages of handlettering, this script font highlights:

- a bouncy baseline

- tight spacing

- and full Latin support


Lots of really cool catchwords & shapes (you will get all the catchwords & shapes seen in the preview pics), five alternates and 37 ligatures help you to really get creative with this one.


What you can use it for:

- branding

- logotype

- poster

- t-shirt designs

- all kind of labels

- greeting cards

- wedding invitations

...and so much more


This font also works great as a running text, too. = )


Process behind it: first I drew all of those fancy letters & catchwords with a brush on paper. I then carefully traced all of those letters & catchwords in Illustrator and transferred them into my Font Creator program. This helped getting the unique sign painters flow.


Note: You will a need program that support OpenType Features for accessing the alternative glyphs.

Designers: Marie Dautel

Publisher: Learning Kiddos

Foundry: Learning Kiddos

Design Owner: Learning Kiddos

MyFonts debut: Jun 9, 2022

Signsurfers Script

About Learning Kiddos

"Be bold. Be italic. But never regular." This is my slogan behind my Font Foundry Learning Kiddos. I am Marie Dautel and I create fonts for big people & illustrations for little ones. Heavily inspired by lettering in the streets while travelling, I love the vintage style of sign painters and everything handmade & retro. This year I want to create more fonts in one of those styles. My process is drawing the font either on paper or on the iPad Pro in Procreate - then carefully tracing it in Illustrator - and finally bring it into my font program. With my strong background Content Marketing and in working for ad & film companies, I bring a whole new perspective to font creation. I hope you like my fonts!

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