Handwriten/script looking font

misalion's picture

Hello! Please help!!
I did not get answer from forum at myfonts, so I am posting it here. You guys seem so awesome...

Thanks in advance.

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cheshiredave's picture

Here's Misa's sample:


There are a couple of subtle differences between the two s's and the two e's that make me think it's handlettered.

A great commercial font in a somewhat similar vein, though noticeably different, is Spring:


I do love this style of handlettering, though, especially when it's done in (or paired with) watercolor. See this page of Jill Bell's portfolio. She's fantastic.

misalion's picture

Thank you for your imput!

I had to scan the logo on buff paper and this writing was in bright green... So this image might have been altered a bit. On original two 'e's look pretty close. 's's are similar, too.
So I really hope there is a font exist somewhere, because I really don't want to re-draw these.

Thank you!

nicolai's picture

Even though this is

aquatoad's picture

There is something really close to this at a
foundry who's name I can't remember! So
helpful! It's the one with all the display types
for signage. Their most famous one is called
truckstop or something. The sample I saw
was made to look like Kraft salad dressing
packaging. The type was almost this as I
recall. Someone please help my brain.


aquatoad's picture


See, I'm not loosing my mind. :-)
I think that's about as close as you're going to
get. I concure that this is hand lettered, but I
bet if you used the roughen filter in Illustrator
you could get a close enough match.


Bald Condensed's picture

Hmmm... reminds me of John Benson's script package
for Adobe. There's some Bronx in there, although that
one's semi-connected. Or some Rapier, which is too slick.

ITC Skylark is similar in atmosphere, it has the same energy.
ITC Arid is too loose.

I also think it's handlettered, BTW.

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