Based on some beautifully blobby lettering, handwritten by printer and mailartist, Alan Brignull. Alan creates amazingly credible artistamps for the virtual countries of Adanaland and the Perfect State of Flatby, lands frozen in boyhood Englishness forever. He writes nicely too.
Alright is a cursive font is based on the handwriting alphabets used in education, but with modern short ascenders and descenders. Most of the lowercase letters and half of the capitals join up smartly. A useful teaching alphabet and surprisingly stylish too.
The Klee fonts are based on the handwritten lettering of the American artist, Emma Klee.
The Freebie, Klee CapScript, has an upper case based on Emma’s capitals and a lower case adapted from her script. CapScript is really two partial font sets in one, designed to be used with words either in capitals or in script.
Klee Print (and Klee Print Bold), derived from Emma’s capital letters, are two complete fonts including a matching lowercase and more accented characters.
CyberScript is a full font loosely based on some lower case lettering made out of metallic security tape by Bond and Coyne Associates, and featured in Charlotte Rivers’ excellent book ‘Type Specific’ (RotoVision).