What is the Camy font?
I wanted to create a “handwriting” font which could be used professionally. I have often needed such a font with a variety of weights and styles for a particular project and have had to resort to mixing fonts, creating a rather messy, amateur job. Camy is named for a little village in South West France where I did much of the initial work on this font.
Camy is ideal for contemporary display work, comes in ten styles, and has a contemporary appeal with its casual, easy to read letters. Camy was designed as a total professional package for designers looking for a handwritten font suitable for all kinds of contemporary display work: the idea being that once you have the Camy Professional Pack you don’t have to waste time searching for other handwritten fonts. More…
— NARROW – light weight, condensed width, delicate line
— MEDIUM – light weight, delicate line
— WIDE – light weight, expanded width, delicate line
— NARROW – of medium weight and condensed width – perfect for limited space
— MEDIUM – of medium weight
— WIDE – of medium weight and expanded width
BLACK – for best readability
— NARROW – condensed width for bolder statements in small areas without losing legibility
— MEDIUM – for bolder statements
— WIDE – expanded width for bolder statements
— WIDE – for maximum impact
Use a combination of styles for product branding, book covers, invitations, greeting cards. The Camy combination works well for both headings and body text.
Camy contains over 250 characters – (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals, symbols and accented characters are present). It has all the accented characters used in the major European languages.
Camy Font families
The Camy font includes the following font families:
- Camy Light Narrow
- Camy Light Medium
- Camy Light Wide
- Camy Normal Narrow
- Camy Normal Medium
- Camy Normal Wide
- Camy Black Narrow
- Camy BLack Medium
- Camy Black Wide
- Camy Fat
Here is a preview of how Camy will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.