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A Formal Script for the web

Formal Scripts are great typefaces to suggest elegance, quality, refinement and luxury.

They are used a lot in Print, but you don't see many formal scripts used in the Web. Isn't it?
Mostly because their tiny hairlines breaks and disappear when used at small sizes in the screen.

Also, they usually have long ascenders and descenders, and the lowercase letters look to small when compared to most sans or serif fonts. More over, they are usually quite condensed, making it even more difficult to read.

That's why we want to design a script typeface specifically tailored to be used on the web, that can resist being set as small as 13px.

Project Members: PabloImpallari, BrendaGallo, RodrigoFuenzalida

Project Updates:

Petit Formal Script v1.1 - Better Vertical Metrics

August 27, 2012 at 6:33 am by PabloImpallari


Petit Formal Script v1 Released

April 23, 2012 at 12:30 pm by PabloImpallari

Beta 08 available for download and review

March 3, 2012 at 8:10 am by PabloImpallari


Beta 01 available for download and review

January 29, 2012 at 8:41 am by PabloImpallari


Project Photos:

Petit Formal Script v1

v1 Release

Beta 8

Beta 8 set at 13 px

Set at 14px

Compare to Kuenstler

Compare to Edwardian

Bigger sizes preview

Unhinted 13px Preview

Unhinted 12px Preview




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