Louisville™ Script font family


Designed by  Steve Matteson in 2016

About Louisville™ Script font family

Louisville Script™ is a casual script font based loosely on the handwriting of its designer, Steve Matteson. It was named for the town of Louisville, Colorado (pronounced Lewis-ville"). Louisville Script is a youthful, informal handwriting script font. It is perfect for casual correspondence including cards, scrapbooks, menus and flyers. Louisville Script is also wonderful for educational materials including the school newsletter or yearbook!
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Louisville Script

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Louisville Script

4 Typefaces



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WGL / OT CFF

supports at least

79 languages.

Louisville™ Script Regular

-  2 variants
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Louisville™ Script Italic

-  2 variants
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Louisville™ Script Bold

-  2 variants
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From US$ 49
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Louisville™ Script Bold Italic

-  2 variants
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