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Brite Script

I am proud to present my fourth font- Brite Script

This script has been a passion project of mine for the past 5 months and now, I am extremely excited to be sharing it with you. I wanted to create something really tight without over-perfecting it, which was a challenge. I wanted it to feel personal and approachable; perfectly imperfect.

When designing the font I spent a lot of time looking for unique letter connections; creating a special ligatures palette to make this alphabet more unique. I have also included a european accents to this font for greater usability across cultures.

There is something about a friendly script which is full of surprise and delight. Brite Script is the perfect font to add a personal touch to your next project. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

Features Include

European Accents
Select punctuation marks
Special illustrative glyphs
OTF file
Designed by Drew Melton

  • Brite Script otf (400)

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