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Clarkson Script

Introducing Clarkson Script


Brand new stylish versatile fonts ! In collaborating with Albion Room. Fresh from the oven as inspired to create easy digital lettering for you. Characters included more than 550+, check the display no 3. Also comes with lots of alternate characters lowercase and uppercase, ligatures, setting up for easy use on the initial and terminal forms. It will be great for Logotypes, Posters, Digital Lettering Arts, Clean design, Branding Design, Sign, etc.

Features


  • Contextual Alternates
  • Stylistic Alternates (up to 10 style in some letters)
  • Ligatures (including Th, st, tt)
  • Initial & Terminal
  • Refined All caps (No more tail or swash when type in all caps)

Files


  • Clarkson Script.otf
  • TTF Files are Ready inside. (will work on program that not support OTF Features)

If you have any question just leave it in comment or message me. :)

  • Regular otf (400)

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