Mistral is a casual script typeface designed by Roger Excoffon for the Fonderie Olive type foundry, and released in 1953. The Amsterdam Type foundry released a version in 1955. Excoffon based the form of the typeface on his own handwriting. The stroke has an informal graphic quality similar to brush and ink.
The lowercase letters are carefully designed to connect on a line to an extent unusual in script fonts. Descenders are long, and increase the sense of motion. The face has several specially-designed ligatures (which have not been duplicated in digital versions). In lowercase Mistral is a true connecting script, similar to cursive writing.
The font Mistral is also perfect for branding projects, Homeware Designs, Product packaging – or simply as a stylish text overlay to any background image. This font is free for PERSONAL USE.
Mistral Casual Script Typeface
License: Free for Personal Use!
Font Type: TTF
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