Salt and Sea Calligraphy Font

$10.00

Introducing Salt & Sea Script, a wispy and feminine script font, inspired by the faint, delicate salty air and rolling sea. It’s the perfect addition to a luxe, feminine brand, wedding invitations, and it would also make a perfect, subtle yet professional watermark for images.

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!

Want to see how your text looks in Salt & Sea Script? Use this preview tool!

Salt & Sea

Description

Introducing Salt & Sea Calligraphy Font, a wispy and feminine script typeface. It’s inspired by the faint, delicate salty air and rolling sea. Use it for the perfect addition to a luxe, feminine brand, or wedding invitations. Also, it would also make a perfect, subtle yet professional watermark for images.

Salt & Sea Script includes the following features:
Includes upper + lowercase letters, numbers, basic punctuation, and Western European language support.
Dainty, clean, thin lines and easy to read characters.
Salt & Sea is PUA-encoded. It includes a lot of OpenType features best accessed through a Glyphs panel. But its PUA-encoding makes the special characters easy to find in a character map.

Stylistic Alternates Include:
long, flowing left + right swashes on each lowercase letter
b, d, g (2 options), h, j (2 options), k, l, m, n, r, t, y (2 options), z (2 options)

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

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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