Tuesday Fonts: Wanderlust, Dreamy Script and Manifold
Tuesday is here and so is our category: Tuesday Fonts. This time we present to you Wanderlust, Dreamy Script and Manifold.
Wanderlust is a beautiful hand painted script that comes with a set of extras. All letters have been carefully painted giving your words a wonderful flow. Wanderlust can be used for fashion, apparel, stationery, magazines, film, books and marketing.
This package includes: 93 Vectors Extras (Illustrator & EPS files for CS4, CS5, CS6). These hand painted vectors include flourishes, numbers, banners, symbols and catchwords. This version of Wanderlust covers all North American letters. You can get the extended Latin Pro version at the link below. The extended version includes letters for Western Europe, Central/Eastern Europe, Baltic, Turkish, and Romanian.
Dreamy Script is a hand drawn, elegant and flowing font. It can be used for a wide range of projects, such as logo designs, party & wedding invitations, t-shirt designs, signs, magazine design, greetings cards, poster design and much more. 3 font files are included: DreamyScript.otf, DreamyScriptLeft.otf (this includes all lowercase letters with the swash to the left) and DreamyScript Right.otf (this includes all lowercase letters with the swash to the right). To get the left and right swashes you just highlight the relevant letter and change the font to DreamyScript Left or DreamyScript Right.
Manifold is a sans-serif family built for legibility and a utilitarian style. A versatile typeface inspired by the cold precision of a classic computer terminal, softened by modern sensibilities. Manifold’s unified letterforms and midrange x-height work for longer copy. Alternatively, track it out to lend a sophisticated look to titles and headlines. Five weights, a set of obliques and extended forms suit the font well for any situation. Hinted for the screen, Manifold also excels in print. OpenType features include ligatures, oldstyle figures and fractions. Russian and Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabets are supported, as are several Latin script European languages.
Hope you enjoyed our Tuesday fonts.