Brush Script™ font family

Designed by Robert E. Smith in 1942

About Brush Script™ font family

Brush Script is a lively font with brush-written characteristics, designed by Robert E. Smith in 1942 for American Type Founders. Brush Script continues to be a favorite, despite competition from other similar typefaces of the period and more modern looking scripts digitized in recent years. Perhaps that's because Brush Script is peppy, informal, and unabashedly confident. The letterforms are casual, yet look as if they have been written quickly. Today, Brush Script is used for advertisements and sales materials, especially for luxury and consumer products.
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Type Gallery: Brush Script
Font Designer: Robert E. Smith

Brush Script

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Brush Script

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Brush Script™ Regular

-  1 variant
From US$ 35
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