Nevison Casual font family

Designed by T. Nevison in 1965

About Nevison Casual font family

Nevison Casual was designed by T. Nevison in 1967 and is an informal, lively, modern handwriting. While the capitals are generous and wide, the lower case letters have reserved, narrower forms, an eye-catching contrast that gives the typeface its zest and energy. The unconventional Nevison Casual combines well with sans serif typefaces.
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Font Designer: T. Nevison

Nevison Casual

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Nevison Casual

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Nevison Casual Regular

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