If you don’t feel anything when you look at Feel Script, you might be dead inside. Expressive and elegant, Feel Script is based on the same Rand Holub lettering Intertype used for its typeface Monterey. But since Ale didn’t have the technological limitations that Intertype had in 1958, he was able to add “letters that were redrawn from vintage American magazine ads (some by Holub himself ), and many alternates, ligatures, and ending forms.” More than 1,200 characters, including three-letter ligatures and the “dreamiest swashes” Ale could imagine.
|Number of faces||1|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||7|
|Additional details||End user license agreement|
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