Suggestion for non slanted elegant brush script fonts.

Paul-Kenji Cahier's picture


I have been searching for some elegant slightly informal brush drawn script fonts, but with the unusual specificity of being non-slanted, like the tradition wants.
A good example of the "looks" I'm searching for is linotype's pepita, but in a less right-slant-look concept. Sadly, for some reason all "vertical-looking" brushscript fonts I was given to see looked uneasy and quite in-elegant.(Most probably because they get less curves to express their character).

Thanks for any suggestions,

Paul-Kenji Cahier

Conor's picture

You might like Mousse Script also by Sudtipos

Nick Cooke's picture


Nick Cooke

Miss Tiffany's picture

Bounce Script or Sweetheart Script both by Typadelic at FontBros.

Paul-Kenji Cahier's picture

Thanks all for the suggestions.
There is this smoothness, clarity yet hand-made brush feeling in pepita that is so hard to find around. The variations in width/alignement are for a good part of that. That and some non-typical forms.

The one matching the most from what was suggested would be Mr Rafkin:

I'm particularly fond(in this case) of the caps of pepita, like the 'P'.

Anyway, all suggestions are still welcome.

On a side note, I'm liking a lot the looks of gizmo(even if not what I need in this case), it's really nice to see such an informal yet elegant face.

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