Font >> Script - 1871 Victor Hugo OTF 2133 by GLC Foundry @ CreativeMarket
File Size: 66.86 KB; Vector: Yes.
The famous French poet and novelist Victor Hugo (1802-1885) used several handwriting styles, sometimes almost illegible. His manuscripts designated to be published was written using a script style, to be legible clearly. We have used script style manuscripts from the final part of his life (from 1859 to 1881) to reconstruct this present font, as one exemple of the Victor Hugo's hands.
It is a "Pro" font containing Western (including Celtic) and Northern European, Icelandic, Baltic, Eastern, Central European and Turquish diacritics. The numerous alternates and ligatures allow the font to look as close as possible to a real hand. Using an OTF software, the features allow to vary automatically, almost every character of a word without anything to do but to select contextual alternates and standard ligatures and/or stylistic alternates options.
492 Glyphs, including OTF variants.
Keywords: baltic, black, calligraphic, calligraphy, central europe, cursive, eastern europe, fat, french, genuine, handwriting, manual, romanian, script, turkish.