P22 Marcel™

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What is the P22 Marcel™ font?

The font Marcel is named in honor of Marcel Heuzé, a Frenchman who was conscripted into labor during World War II. During the months Marcel was in Germany, he wrote letters to his beloved wife and daughters back home in rural France. Marcel’s letters contain rare first-person testimony of day-to-day survival within a labor camp, along with the most beautiful expressions of love imaginable. The letters — stained and scarred with censor marks — were the original source documents used by designer Carolyn Porter to create a script font that retains the expressive character of Marcel Heuzé’s original handwriting. More…
The result of years of research and design work, P22 Marcel Script features more than 1300 glyphs. The font is a highly readable running script that includes textural details that capture the look of ink on paper. The font Marcel Caps is a hand-lettered titling face intended as a companion to the Script. Marcel EuroPost One and Two each feature more than 200 postmarks, cancellation and censor marks, and other embellishments found on historical letters and documents.

P22 Marcel™ Font families

The P22 Marcel™ includes the following font families:

  • P22 Marcel Script
  • P22 Marcel Script Pro
  • P22 Marcel Caps
  • P22 Marcel Ornaments
  • P22 Marcel Euro Post One
  • P22 Marcel Euro Post Two

P22 Marcel™ Preview

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Is P22 Marcel™ Free to Download?

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