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The typeface Hand of Hannah is designed from 2021 for the font foundry Typo Graphic Design by Hannah Englisch & Manuel Viergutz.
The character of the handwritten script typeface is rough, ruggend and raw. With state-of-the-art OpenType-Feature (like Contextual Alternates (calt) and Stylistic Alternates (salt)). Each uppercase and each lowercase letter has automatically alternated two variations to bring humanly-random characteristics of handwriting to life.
4 font-styles (Regular, Bold, Heavy & Icons) with 732 glyphs (Latin 3) incl. 100+ decorative extras like icons, arrows, catch words, dingbats, emojis, symbols, geometric shapes (type the word #LOVE for ❤ or #SMILE for ☺ as OpenType-Feature dlig) and stylistic alternates.
For use in logos, magazines, posters, advertisement plus as webfont for decorative headlines. The font works best for display size.
Have fun with this font & use the DEMO-FONT (with reduced glyph-set) FOR FREE!
■ Font Name: Hand of Hannah
■ Font Styles: 4 font-styles (Regular, Bold, Heavy, Icon) + DEMO (with reduced glyph-set)
■ Font Category: Display Script for headline size
■ Font Format: .otf (Mac + Win, for Print) + .woff (for Web)
■ Glyph Set: 732 glyphs (Latin 3 incl. decorative extras like icons)
■ Language Support: 80 languages: Afrikaans Albanian Asu Basque Bemba Bena Breton Catalan Chiga Colognian Cornish Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Faroese Filipino Finnish French Friulian Galician German Gusii Hungarian Indonesian Irish Italian Kabuverdianu Kalenjin Kinyarwanda Latvian Lithuanian Lower Sorbian Luo Luxembourgish Luyia Machame Makhuwa-Meetto Makonde Malagasy Manx Morisyen North Ndebele Norwegian Bokmål Norwegian Nynorsk Nyankole Oromo Polish Portuguese Quechua Romanian Romansh Rombo Rundi Rwa Samburu Sango Sangu Scottish Gaelic Sena Serbian Shambala Shona Slovak Soga Somali Spanish Swahili Swedish Swiss German Taita Teso Turkish Upper Sorbian Uzbek (Latin) Volapük Vunjo Zulu
■ Design Date: 2021
■ Type Designer: Hannah Englisch, Manuel Viergutz