What is the Pacific Script font?
Pacific Script is a font inspired by an alphabet created by Howard Trafton in the 1930s. However, I felt it needed some changes to bring it to the cutting edge of 21st century font design.
Though designed as a display font, it works very successfully in longer passages of text, however, it should not be used in font sizes less than about 15 point. Small x height in contrast to extravagant caps gives the font a very dramatic feel.
Though it has cursive qualities, the characters in this font do not connect, making it slightly more legible and less like handwriting. More…
The inclusion of 26 alternate upper case characters give the user the freedom to create a hand crafted design. Language support includes all European character sets.
Pacific Script Font families
The Pacific Script includes the following font families:
- Pacific Script
Pacific Script Preview
Here is a preview of how Pacific Script will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.