Young Baroque™ font family

Designed by Doyald Young in 1984

About Young Baroque™ font family

Young Baroque was designed by Doyald Young, and the font first appeared in the ITC library in 1984. It is a delicate and elegant typeface, whose basic forms are those of baroque script. The generous spirals adorning the capital letters give the font its temperament and contrast beautifully with the small, heavily slanted lower case letters. The flowing, graceful characters create an overall image of aristocratic elegance and dignity. This font can be used advantageously for labels, invitations and certificates and its capitals as initials to contrast harmoniously with both serif and sans serif fonts. Young Baroque is best used for headlines or short texts.
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Young Baroque

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Young Baroque

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Young Baroque™

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