TUESDAY FONTS: Bhavers, Veryberry and Zelda

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Tuesday is here and so is our category: Tuesday Fonts. This time we present to you Bhavers, Veryberry and Zelda.

 

Bhavers Typeface

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This is condensed version of the Handters typeface, and as always this is handdraw style it can makes your work more stylish. OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternate and Discretionry alternate in some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design. Plus BONUS Bhavers Badges with editable text. With this font you can create good vintage design, t-shirt, logo, labels, posters, badges and etc.

 

Veryberry Script

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Veryberry is a handwritten font with a unique character. Full of open type features, is best used in a open type aware software. Most diacritics included and the font can be used with most of the european languages. Feel free to contact me if find that any letter you need is not included in font yet.

There are more than 700 glyphs in the font including discretionary ligatures, initial and terminal forms for all letters and ligatures, stylistic alternates, ornaments etc.

 

Zelda

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Zelda is a script font with clear characteristics: Feminism & elegant. It is a classy typeface for multipurpose usage: from greeting card, editorial, branding, wedding invitation, etc. Zelda is ideal typeface to make an attractive message or put in some instant beauty to your design by using a bunch of its ornamental characters.

Zelda comes with 537 glyphs in total and 362 alternate characters to give some personal characteristics into your design. They were divided into several OpenType features such as Contextual Alternates, Stylistic Alternates, Stylistic Sets, Swash and Ligature. The OpenType features can be accessed by using an OpenType savvy program such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.

 

Hope you liked our Tuesday fonts.

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