Hipster Script is cool and a little bit retro. Or not. Whatever. It doesn’t care what you think.
This script is Ale Paul’s ongoing attempt at shrinking the divide between manual and digital. In this case, he wanted to emulate the strokes of brush lettering. The process was similar to the one he used for Feel Script, but he points out that “the contrasts in Hipster’s strokes are much more casual than Feel’s dramatic copperplate ones.” Over 1,800 characters, including many swashes, alternates, and ligatures that capture the interaction between different brush widths in hand lettering. He even included contextual apostrophe ligatures, which look pretty great in titles or display settings.
|Number of faces||1|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||7|
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