What is the Anna Clara font?
Anna Clara can be dressed up or down, as fancy as you wanna be. On its own, it’s an organic script, with the fine hairlines, thick swells, and slightly undulating baseline found in modern casual calligraphy.
Add swashes, and Anna Clara becomes a bit more playful and festive. Each capital letter has a flourished alternate—great for displays or headings, or to add emphasis to a particular section of text. For OpenType-aware software users, Anna Clara also features ten pairs of swashes that can be added to the beginning or end of any lowercase letter, for a custom flourished look. More…
Illustrator and InDesign users can access extra swashes and banners by using the glyph panel.
Photoshop users: These characters can be accessed via the “Ornaments” feature in your OpenType panel – try non-numeric punctuation marks and accents for swashes. For banners, type catchwords followed by an asterisk. “Asterisk asterisk” will produce a blank banner that you can use to create your own. Included catchwords are “and”, “at”, “by”, “for”, “from”, “of”, “the”, “to”, “with”, “l'”, “le”, “la”, “el”, “et”, and “y”. Roman numerals can be used in the “Ornaments” feature by typing their respective keyboard characters “I”, “II”, “III”, etc. – followed by an asterisk. An ampersand (&) followed by one or two asterisks produces two special “and” characters.
Anna Clara Font families
The Anna Clara includes the following font families:
- Anna Clara
Anna Clara Preview
Here is a preview of how Anna Clara will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.