ITC Kristen™ font family

Designed by  George Ryan in 1995

About ITC Kristen™ font family

ITC Kristen is the work of American designer George Ryan. He describes it as not your average text or display font." The inspiration for the design came from the handwritten menu at a neighborhood restaurant. With time, the forms moved away from the originals and towards something more like a child's scrawl. The result is singularly unique. ITC Kristen remains legible without losing any charm.
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Font Designer: George Ryan

ITC Kristen

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ITC Kristen

2 Typefaces

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supports at least

56 languages.

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