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Can anyone tell me what script font is used in combination with the Your M&S logo here?
Haven't had any luck finding this, but Penman and Mr Blaketon are two similar scripts.
- Mike Yanega
Mr Blaketon isn't too far off the mark but the key difference is the capital O. It has a very different loop. Ideally I need a match but failing that something a bit closer if possible.
It is quite a tricky one. I thought it would be fairly easy at first given it's a house-hold brand but it's proving harder than first thought...
Well, I searched MyFonts for my main attempt. The other site with a lot of scripts is Veer. I'll have a look there. (I didn't search my Script Guide, because I didn't think it looked familiar to me.)
No luck at Veer or Identifont, which is hard to use for scripts. Velvet Script (Typadelic) and Eye Catching (BV Fonts) were the most similar.
You might need to consider that this might be hand-drawn or a custom font. With no repeated letters there is no way to prove it's a font.
It's possible. With it being a new typeface added to their branding however I would have expected it to be a font. It may very well be a custom one however.
If anyone comes across it or recognises it at any point I'd love to put a name to it.
Thanks for your help Mike.