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Colatin Script

Colatin is handmade signature style font with stunning characters. Ideal for logos, name tag, handwritten quotes, product packaging, merchandise, social media & greeting cards. It contains a full set of lower & uppercase letters, a large range of punctuation, numerals, and multilingual support.

The font also contains several ligatures and contextual alternates for lower case characters, accessible in the Adobe Illustrator Glyphs panel, or under Stylistic Alternates in the Adobe Photoshop OpenType menu. But If you don't have any opentype specific software, you can still use Collatin as is with its standard lowercase and uppercase letters.


Files Included

  • Colatin.otf
  • Colatin.ttf
  • Colatin Swashes.otf
  • Web Font

If you have any question, don't hesitate to contact me by email getdesign.123@gmail.com Thank you!

  • Colatin ttf (400)
  • Colatin otf (400)
  • Colatin Swashes otf (400)

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