Handwriting & Script fonts

Rollerscript

As the name suggests, the Rollerscript font from G-TYPE designed by Nick Cooke was conceived by writing out variations of each character by hand using a roller pen before the scanning and digitising process. Pronounced pressure points where characters start, end or join make for a very authentic hand drawn appearance which is enhanced still […]

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Chinese Fonts

Chinese Fonts: Simplified and Traditional

Chinese is written in two different varieties of characters: Traditional and Simplified. The characters in Traditional Chinese are often more intricate composed of many strokes; while the characters in Simplified Chinese uses forms which have been reduced to fewer strokes. Beyond the graphical contrasts of the two characters, they are used in different areas and […]

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