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Feverish Font

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FeverishDesigner: Bill LaFever
Publisher: Veil of Perception
Feverish was developed by Costs LaFever and published by Veil of Understanding. Feverish consists of 4 styles and household plan alternatives. p >" Feverish" was a font borne out of perceived requirement in the marketplace. Trademark retired font designer and master letter designer Myron McVay initially approached Bill LaFever to team up on a task to design a semiformal calligraphic script that might be set as text copy with a big variety of swash and alternative characters and little caps. Costs penned the preliminary types and Myron did the digital conversions and initial technical work. After Myron died, Terry Lee, a protégé of Myron's at Trademark, likewise retired, took control of and the task was finished. "Feverish" is a semi-formal italic which can be utilized in a broad variety of business and advertising applications. The typeface family is large which can accommodate a range of special applications.

Font Family:
· Feverish One
· Feverish Two
· Feverish Three
· Feverish Four

Tags: brush-drawn, calligraphic, calligraphy, cursive, elegant, formal, hand, handwriting, ink, invitation, irregular, italic, letter, lettering, organic, ornamental, script, semi-formal, swash, wedding

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