What is the Aphrosine font?
Aphrosine is a font based on pointed pen script. A huge lot of alternatives and smart OpenType features allow it to look almost indistinguishable from real live handwriting.
Aphrosine is something between handwriting and calligraphy: it took too much effort for being “just handwriting” but lacks seriousness and regularity comparing to true calligraphic fonts. That’s why it was called after a peculiar character from a children’s book: a witch who was very fond of dressing, makeup and writing letters.
Aphrosine has three faces. But unlike most other type families, the glyphs from one face do not match exactly the glyphs from another one. The faces are based on writing with different nibs but by the same hand.
The type is designed by Alexandra Korolkova and Alexander Lubovenko and released by ParaType in 2015.
Aphrosine Font families
The Aphrosine includes the following font families:
- Aphrosine Light
- Aphrosine Regular
- Aphrosine Bold
Here is a preview of how Aphrosine will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.