Introducing Holla Script Brush Font, a semi-connected, hand-lettered brush font. With its brush-textured charm, Holla is perfect for stationery, branding projects, editorial features, product packaging, and more.
Holla includes the following:
Holla Regular - The main font file, available in OTF and TTF formats, includes more than 400 glyphs. Includes multi-language support (for English as well as western and central European languages), a full numeral and punctuation set, additional useful symbols, and standard and discretionary ligatures. Includes double letter ligatures for all 26 lowercase letters to add a little interest and contrast in your font and to improve the flow of the letters.
Holla Ornaments - A supplementary font, also provided in OTF and TTF formats, containing only 16 glyphs (accessed by typing capital or lowercase letters A through P) corresponding to the 16 ornaments. If you have OpenType-savvy programs such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign, these ornaments CAN be accessed from within the main font file using the character panel or the glyphs panel. This supplementary font is provided just to make life easier.
Vector Files - I've also included files containing these same ornaments in vector format. Includes all 16 ornaments in the following formats: .ai, .eps, and .eps (If you need an additional file type, please let me know!)
Specific files included:
NOTE For people who do have OpenType capable software (such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Inkscape, InDesign): Standard and discretionary ligatures are accessible by turning on ‘Standard Ligatures’ and ‘Discretionary Ligatures’ in the character or OpenType panel.
Mail support : email@example.com
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- My website: http://upupcreative.com
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