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Atziluth Script

Atziluth is a gorgeous script font based on calligraphic style. This is an accessible and flexible display font, with tons of alternates and ligatures for branding or logotype purposes. It is perfect used for various purposes such as branding, quote, book / cover title, poster, apparel design, product packaging, label, special events or anything that need grace taste.

What's Include :

  • Atziluth Script Font in OTF & TTF format
  • Ton of glyphs (include Uppercase, Lowercase, Numerals & Punctuations, Accents, Ligatures, Alternates, and Swashes)
  • Multilingual Support
  • Works on PC & Mac
  • Simple installations
  • Alternate characters accessible in the Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and other programs that support OpenType.

If you need something or suggest for update please just pop me a message. I hope you enjoy with Atziluth :)



  • Atziluth Script otf (400)

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