Auberge Script Pro
Ale used multiple references when designing Auberge. “Late 17th-century French and Spanish professional calligraphy guides were great aids in understanding the ornamental scope of what scribes were doing back then. The French books — with their Ronde, Bâtarde, and Coulée alphabets — were the ones I referenced the most. So I decided to name the font Auberge, which means hotel or inn, because I really felt like a guest in different French locales (and times).”
Because it’s not influenced by a single source, Auberge doesn’t strictly fit in the quill pen category. It works especially well for wine labels and event invitations, but “also shines in its original application: stationery.”
The pro version includes 1800 glyphs, including alternates, swashes, small caps, ornaments, and more.
The multiple style Auberge Script Basic is also available.
|Number of faces||1|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||7|
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