Vladimir Script font family


Designed by Vladimir Andrich in 1995

About Vladimir Script font family

Vladimir Script is a brush-style font, similar to the kind of lettering found on old hand-painted department store signs during the 1950s. The letters have a steep slant, and the uppercase letters and the numbers are rather informal. Many of the letters' strokes end in looped terminals, some with dynamic amounts of contrast.

Vladimir Script is best used in larger point sizes, where its subtle details can dance across the page. The typeface looks fabulous on signs and cards.
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Type Gallery: Vladimir Script
Font Designer: Vladimir Andrich

Vladimir Script

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Vladimir Script

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Vladimir Script Regular -  2 variants
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