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Speakeasy Font

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SpeakeasyDesigner: Alejandro Paul
Publisher: Sudtipos
Speakeasy was developed by Alejandro Paul and published by Sudtipos. Speakeasy contains 5 designs and family bundle choices. p > Speakeasy is a 5-font combo thematically developed as a toolset for creating menus and alcohol labels along with coffees, dining establishments and signs when the desire is to communicate with style. Initially put together to be used by the most famous speakeasy in Buenos Aires, this set contains a script, a minor (nearly flat) wedge serif, a flare serif, a sans serif, and a strong Didone. The seed for the script was discovered in a German lettering book, and the other fonts show the familiar marketing and statement designs of the early 20th century.

The Speakeasy script includes two various ways to connect the letterforms. Likewise included are numerous alternates, swashes, endings and flourishes - all available by means of OpenType features or glyph palettes.

Speakeasy Modern and Speakeasy Flare are little cap font styles, and include a few alternates. Speakeasy Sans and Speakeasy Gothic included complete sets of majuscules and minuscules, however include little caps and a few alternates too. A few rules and ornaments are likewise sprayed throughout the set.

This mix of fonts worked incredibly for the project that called for it. Ideally it will work just as well for your task.

Font Family:
· Speakeasy Script
· Speakeasy Modern
· Speakeasy Flare
· Speakeasy Gothic
· Speakeasy Sans

Tags: barista, bartender, beer, bon vivant, branding, calligraphy, champagne, chocolate, cocktail, coffee, cognac, copperplate, delicate, didone, elegant, engraving, exclusive, flare, flourishing, foodie, gothic, invitation, label, lettering, letterpress, logo, menu, modern, packaging, restaurant, sans, scotch, script, serif, sign painting, speakeasy, stationery, store sign, stylish, sudtipos, swashes, tattoo, toolkit, vintage, whisky, wine, wishlist

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