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The Bouquet List

The Bouquet List

by Nasir Udin
Individual Styles from $16.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $18.00
The Bouquet List Font Family was designed by Nasir Udin and published by Nasir Udin. The Bouquet List contains 2 styles and family package options.

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Per style:

$9.00

Pack of 2 styles:

$18.00

About The Bouquet List Font Family


Introducing the Bouquet List - an ultimate handwriting script font. Inspired by the beauty of flower bouquets and the aesthetic of handwriting when you write some bucket list or itinerary on your journal while you travel. The Bouquet List is a handwritten font featuring 70+ ligatures that gives you beautiful typographic in organic, authentic, and natural handwriting style. Perfect for magazines, social media posts, travel blog, travel vlog, signatures, sticky notes, journal, quotes, restaurant menus, websites, women products, calendar marks, book covers, advertisements, wedding designs, even for a logo and branding! Its OpenType Features provides you an easy swash and magic underline (please see the instruction in the last two preview images). • How to add swash easily: type space three times after the word. • How to add underline: type underscore 2 or 3 or 4 times.

Designers: Nasir Udin

Publisher: Nasir Udin

Foundry: Nasir Udin

Design Owner: Nasir Udin

MyFonts debut: Sep 5, 2019

The Bouquet List

About Nasir Udin

Nasir Udin is a type designer based in Yogyakarta. Before he got into type design, he had designed travel posters under the Vectro label. His illustrative style is an impression of similar posters from the mid 20th century. As a designer, he enjoy looking to both the past and the future for inspiration. That's why he love to blend a retro style with a futuristic concept. He started type design on 2016 as his side project, before he take it seriously. And now, since his wife join in the project, they merged two character as one, just like a ligature. They used to work from coffee shop here in Yogyakarta. They can spend about most of their working-time in there.You can follow @studio.nasir on Instagram, he loves to capture a lettering on old buildings (Dutch, Chinese, Arabic, blend with the local Javanese).

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