ITC Scarborough™ font family


Designed by Akira Kobayashi in 1998

About ITC Scarborough™ font family

ITC Scarborough was designed by Akira Kobayashi in 1998 to be reminiscent of the typefaces in advertisements of the 1930s. The special written form of the font has no connection between the letters and follows the principles of the brush scripts often used in the headlines and film trailers of this time. Kobayashi chose dynamic forms for his font, small yet robust with contrast between the strokes. ITC Scarborough is available in regular and bold weights and is best used for headlines and short texts.
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Font Designer: Akira Kobayashi

ITC Scarborough

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ITC Scarborough

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Scarborough™ Regular -  1 variant
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ITC Scarborough™ Bold -  1 variant
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