fonts

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Fonts

Uncial

The Uncial script is ancient, dating from the 2nd century. It’s formed by using simple, rounded strokes, creating an open and upright font often associated with Celtic or Irish design.

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Italic or 'Chancery Cursive'

Italic or “chancery cursive”, developed during the Renaissance in Italy. This style is widely used, quite formal and can be upright but usually leaning slightly to the right.

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Personalised Chancery Style

Personalised Chancery style, reworked with some of my own design features, can be upright or italic, it has a relaxed and flowing look. Most calligraphers develop their own style. 

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Gothic

Gothic, also known as “old English” or blackletter is a script often associated with illuminated manuscripts from the medieval scriptorium. It’s upright, geometric form was used in early European printing presses.

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Foundation Hand

Foundation hand, dating from the 10th century. A very formal, rounded, upright style, usually linked with upper case Roman font.

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