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Scrittura

Scrittura™

by Scholtz Fonts
Individual Styles from $12.50
Complete family of 3 fonts: $18.00
Scrittura Font Family was designed by Anton Scholtz and published by Scholtz Fonts. Scrittura contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Scrittura Font Family


Scrittura was inspired by Anton Scholtz’s font, Honeybird, and developed into a contemporary variation with three styles. Scrittura Moderna: sleek and calligraphic. A dramatic, vigorous yet elegant font, whose upright letter shapes flow into each other like molten gold. Use Moderna for marketing cosmetics and clothing, for book covers, greeting cards, wedding stationery. Scrittura Antiqua: weathered, almost grungy. A new font with an “antique” look , reminiscent of ancient parchment manuscripts. Use Antiqua for certificates, medieval banquet or wedding stationery, theatre posters and programs, and book covers. Scrittura Fantasia: magical and ghostly. A slightly distorted, evoking Halloween, the Day of the Dead, and your favorite horror movie. Use Fantasia for horror comic covers & posters, horror movie posters, CD covers, Halloween material. The font contains over 272 characters - (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals, symbols and accented characters are present). It also includes "open-type"characters to enhance the flow of the text. It has all the accented characters used in the major European languages.

Designers: Anton Scholtz

Publisher: Scholtz Fonts

Foundry: Scholtz Fonts

Design Owner: Scholtz Fonts

MyFonts debut: Mar 21, 2011

Scrittura™ is a trademark of Scholtz Fonts.

About Scholtz Fonts

Scholtz Fonts, started by Anton Scholtz in 1997, specializes in "African flavor" fonts. The foundry is based in Durban, South Africa, where the Zulu culture of the region has greatly influenced Anton's font design. In his profession as a graphic designer, he became aware of how few available fonts were suitable for African inspired design. He began to create his own fonts to enhance the work produced by his design company, and this branch of his design work has grown steadily in recent years.

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