Hey Designers, we are introducing another famous font family called Vivaldi Font. This Curve shape fancy font was released in 1970. Designed by Fritz Peters for the International Typeface Corporation, this font was created for them by Fritz Peters. It is an old-style scripted font, and there are two versions.
Vivaldi font has its origin in the personal notes of Vivaldi himself. Starting from 1720, he began to write musical notes with very characteristic handwriting, which was later interpreted by some unnamed person into a typeface. This font for the first time in public by Wim Crouwel for the book “Vivaldi” of the magazine Architectural Design.
By incorporating serifs throughout, the typeface ensures that all text forms are readable. Its characters have an almost handwritten appearance with sharp bends, curved edges, and thin edges. This makes it elegant and different from others.
There are so many different letters in this font family that it speaks volumes about the designer’s dedication. In addition to the many features and extensive language support, it encourages the designer to work with it. A comprehensive design approach would be ideal with this script font. We will attach pictures to this post, so please check them out as well. That way, you can see how your text is going to appear.
To undertake a commercial undertaking, you must first purchase a license. It is a typeface commonly used in official documents. These include business cards, title design, logo design, greeting cards, and certificate printing. It will also be helpful for tattoos if they can be made beneficial for them.
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Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.