TWINE SCRIPT is a bold and stylish cursive font with a unique feature: “split ends” that give it a light and energetic twinkle! TWINE SCRIPT was inspired by examples in a 1930s Speedball lettering guide by Ross F. George who inspired so many people’s love of lettering.
BEAUCHAMP is a script style font with energy and elegance. Inspired by vintage French showcard lettering of the 1940s, BEAUCHAMP is crisp and legible with a lot of unpredictable character. My friend Jeff Levine started this and turned it over to me for completion.
ROYALITY is a fresh and elegant cursive font. With sharp edges and a light weight, ROYALITY feels like beautiful pen-drawn calligraphy you might find on a modern royal invitation. ROYALITY is one of a series of four vertical script fonts, including Scarlet Ribbons, Famous Label and Easter Parade, as seen in the Script Font Identification Guide. It was inspired by an example frkm 1946 and was released in an earlier form as “Roselyn,” named for my mother.
ROAD RASH is bold font with aspects of a cursive. The strong incline suggests forward movement; the contrast of thick and thin strokes gives it a distinctive style. Alternate letterforms allow more customization.
BREEZEBLOCK is a bold cursive font with the feel of hand-painted sign lettering. The Regular font has sharp corners; the Rounded and Brush varieties offer softer corners and edges. BREEZEBLOCK was inspired by film trailer lettering of the 1930s.
FASHION FORWARD is a slick and stylish cursive with a very strong incline. Inspired by classic brush lettering, this font combines glamour and energy.
Fast Casual looks like the cursive handwriting of a smart and creative individual who takes pride in their writing, but they also include many quirky touches to show their personality. Fast Casual was inspired by the hand-lettered titles of the trailer of the classic 1940 Bette Davis film “The Letter”. I’ve kept many of the quirks—the triangular descenders, the epsilon e’s, the diagonal crossbars—while modernizing and harmonizing it altogether.
Harmonium is a beautiful and unusual pair of fonts. With the flare of cursive, Harmonium adds exotic elegance in a narrow format. It was inspired by an entry in a 1954 lettering guide. The original design, in only the very sloped style, was recommended for “modern advertising.” I also created a Regular (roman) style for more versatility.
Mode Monograms is a set of 4 fonts to create custom monograms of any number of letters in an extra fancy, cursive style. Inspired by examples from the early 20th century (image), can also be used to set a word or two, with spaces between the letters. The set includes Solid and Outline fonts, plus 2 Mixes with combinations of both for your convenience.