Resfeber Script

$10.00

Introducing Resfeber Script, a casual and contemporary script, that personifies the excitement of wanderlust. A Swedish term, Resfeber means the restless racing of a traveler’s heart before the journey begins.

Licensing? Easy peasy! Please feel free to use this font for personal & commercial projects, but please never, ever share or transfer the files to others.  For extended use and embedding, contact me!

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Resfeber

Description

Meet Resfeber Script — a casual, effortless handwritten font — emphasis on the handwritten. Resfeber Script is the perfect fit for a modern, contemporary brand with its editorial feel. Also use it for awesome t-shirt designs, social media, quote graphics + other print materials.

For years — as long as I can remember — wanderlust has tugged at my heart. At the time Resfeber Script was lettered + programmed in Summer 2018, that pull was strong — probably because of an upcoming trip. We were closing in on about a month before we flew Europe, where I would visit places where so many of my ancestors lived, worked, and established themselves.

Resfeber
Swedish; noun. 1. The restless race of the traveler’s heart before the journey begins.

Resfeber Script includes:
— standard upper + lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation
— stylistic alternates for all lowercase letters so that the user can change up the look & feel of their project
— intentional irregularities, including a varied baseline and letters with varied thicknesses in up+down strokes. Maybe a little irregular and funky like that excited heartbeat right before you’re about to leave on an epic journey.
— .otf, .ttf, and webfont files
— Western European language support, and is PUA-encoded

Font files include .otf, .ttf, and webfonts. Some fonts include OpenType features, best accessed through programs that support them. Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator are good examples, because you can access them through the Glyphs panel! Also access ligatures, swashes, and other special characters through Character Map or FontBook, where you can copy and then paste them into the program of your choice. The extra characters WILL take some hunting down if you don’t have easy-access software like Adobe products. Please understand what you are purchasing before you do so.

For information on installing fonts:
https://beckmccormick.com/installing-fonts/

For information on OpenType features:
https://beckmccormick.com/accessing-opentype-features/

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