What is the Zauberer font?
The Scriptorium got its start in the early days of personal computers with a few font designs for the Commodore 64, and the very first font which we did back then in the early 1980s was a gothic calligraphy font.
That style of fonts – the medieval, gothic and black letter genre – has always been the backbone of our collection, but with recent releases we’ve stayed away from them to introduce a bit more variety. More…
Well, with our new Zauberer font the antique, medieval and gothic look is back with a vengeance. Zauberer isn’t a true medieval calligraphy style. It’s based on early printed type from Germany which combines calligraphic elements with decorative embellishments from the woodcut printing era. The result is decorative and antique looking and rather appealing.
The name comes from the German word for a magician or illusionist.
Zauberer Font families
The Zauberer includes the following font families:
Here is a preview of how Zauberer will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.