Calligraphic Fonts

Calligraphic fonts help give a design an appearance of organic hand-lettering and are therefore well-suited for invitations, food packaging and other designs requiring a personal touch. Some calligraphic fonts also fall into the Blackletter or Old English category, thus giving them a more serious serious vibe and making them perfect for your medieval movie or fantasy book cover. While the definition of "calligraphic" can be broad, for the purposes of categorization, I'm only including fonts that were created or appear to have been created using a flat slanted nib or brush.

Ascribe by David Parr
LHF Ascribe
Black Rose Scriptby Chuck Davis, Patrick Kalange & Denise Bayers
LHF Black Rose Script
Brushwork by Dave Correll
LHF Brushwork
Californian by Mike Erickson
LHF Californian
Calileo by Francis Lestingi
LHF Calileo
Dark Horse by Denise Bayers
David Design by Rob Cooper
LHF David Design
Duettaby Francis Lestingi
LHF Duetta
Flamingo Script by Dave Correll
LHF Flamingo Script
Hindlewood by Arthur Vanson
LHF Hindlewood
Marie Script by Dave Correll
LHF Marie Script
New English by John Studden
LHF New English
Old Iron by Steve Contreras
LHF Old Iron
Pierre by Francis Lestingi
LHF Pierre
Sarah Script by Charles Borges
LHF Sarah Script
Scriptana by Chuck Davis
LHF Scriptana
Seranoa by Rob Cooper
LHF Seranoa
Signature by Rob Cooper
LHF Signature
Stratford by Arthur Vanson
LHF Stratford
Tributary by David Parr
LHF Tributary
Unlovable by Chuck Davis
LHF Unlovable
Verdi by Francis Lestingi
LHF Verdi

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