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Parfait Script Font

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Parfait ScriptDesigner: Maximiliano Sproviero
Publisher: Lián Types
Parfait Script was developed by Maximiliano Sproviero and released by Lián Types. Parfait Script includes 8 styles and family bundle options. p > Parfait Script Pro takes its inspiration from Spencerian script and pointed brush lettering, 2 styles of composing (or of drawing letters, a calligrapher would say), that the designer effectively combined.

Parfait Script Pro is an Open-Type font style designed by Maximiliano R. Sproviero between 2009 and 2010. It has more than 850 glyphs,

The Beginnings

Exactly a year earlier, Lián started what would be Parfait Script today.

With the idea of producing a completely distinct font, Lián began drawing the very first letters by altering the typical ductus of the calligraphic styles he was practicing those days: that is, he wrote from the bottom to the top, which is something that calligraphy books do not support.

Being a little a rebel, he made practically every letter of the alphabet like this. This gave Parfait such an uncommon look.

Lián desired a name which showed this rebellion, so in the beginning he called the font style Nonpareil Script, which, as you may understand, is a French word that implies 'incomparable.

The closer 2009 came to its end, the more Parfait Script grew. The typeface was screaming for alternates, which was when the most entertaining part started (and likewise when the name altered). Lián studied the ornamental swirls of the Spencerian script style and attempted to consist of those beautiful loops into his type. He likewise got in the world of pointed brush lettering to provide Parfait a gestural look. This was when great deals of the alternates came to life. Now his function was not only to alter the common ductus; however likewise to overemphasize the contrasts of the strokes, with very thick and thin strokes all together.

In 2010 he included more alternates and ligatures. The typeface was meant for universal use, considering that it consists of glyphs and ligatures for the most typical mixes of letters and words.

Once more, a mix of designs offered fantastic results.

Parfait Script Pro and its voluptuous style intends to be helpful for whatever you design.


Parfait Script has more than 850 glyphs. It's up to you to choose, it depends on you to have a good time. Parfait would like to play.

The font style has great deals of alternates. They'll certainly either decorate your words or offer more legibility. The alternates are: Requirement Ligatures; Contextual Alternates; Discretionary Ligatures; Swashes; Stylistic Alternates; Entitling Alternates; Terminal Forms; Historic Alternates *; Stylistic Ligatures; Stylistic Set 1 and 2 *; Ornaments. (* These Alternates are just consisted of in Parfait Script Pro).

Parfait Script Pro includes everything.

Advice: Usage designing programs that support the OpenType includes called above, so you can quickly alternate glyphs.

However, for those who don't have this kind of program, or for those who do not want the entire typeface, we provide Parfait Script Pro as numerous different typefaces: Parfait Script Requirement (the best for text); Parfait Script Contextual (ornamental); Parfait Script Stylistic (ornamental); Parfait Script Swashes (for giving the last letter a great touch); Parfait Script Titling (both decorative and more Roman); Parfait Script Endings (for providing the word the look of a signature); and Parfait Script Ornaments (a set of swirls).

These versions of Parfait Script Pro are Open-Type programmed too, in order to include the Standard, Discretional and Stylistic Ligatures.

Pssst! ... Have a look at Parfait Script Pro's Guide in the gallery section in order to find this beauty!

Font Family:
· Parfait Script Pro
· Parfait Script Standard
· Parfait Script Titling
· Parfait Script Contextual
· Parfait Script Stylistic
· Parfait Script Swash
· Parfait Script Endings
· Parfait Script Ornaments

Tags: art nouveau, ball terminals, curly, display-size, flourish, hairline, hand-drawn, high-contrast, ligatures, marriage, partially drawn, romance, script, spencerian, swash, swirls

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