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Silken Font

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SilkenDesigner: Anton Scholtz
Publisher: Scholtz Fonts
Silken was developed by Anton Scholtz and published by Scholtz Fonts. Silken includes 3 designs and family package choices. p > Silken is a trendy and contemporary handwriting typeface that integrates the elegance of font styles such as Zapfino with the immediacy of handwriting fonts such as Affable. There are numerous handwriting typefaces out there, however a lot of them border on being grungy and irregular. This font style combines charm with uniqueness and spontaneity.

Silken is available in a variety of styles, the primary design of which is Silken Headscarf. This style has a strength and elegance that is especially appropriate for headlines and short passages of text (such as invites, certificates, greeting cards and so on)

Silken Thread is a variant of the font household that is even more delicate and polished than Silken Scarf.

The 3rd style, Silken Book, with a greater x-height and less remarkable capitals, is more understandable and less severe than the other two styles. It ought to be used for longer passages or where readability is of main importance.

Suggestions for use:

- wedding event stationery

- welcoming cards

- valentines day mediaa

- appeal item media

- underwear tags

- ladies's magazine pages

- symphonic music media

- award certificates

The font style is totally professional: thoroughly letterspaced and kerned. It contains over 235 characters - (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals, signs and accented characters exist). It consists of all the accented characters utilized in the significant European languages.

Font Family:
· Silken Scarf
· Silken Thread
· Silken Book

Tags: brush-drawn, calligraphic, connected, cosmetics, cursive, elegant, greetings, handletter, handwriting, informal, invitation, pen, scrapbook, script, sign painting, valentine

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