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100+ Beautiful Script, Brush & Calligraphy Fonts

by on September 1st, 2015

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Cursive or script fonts are widely used for various design purposes. There’s an abundance of script fonts around the web, but only few of these are able to stand out among the rest.

Today, we have decided to share some of the most amazing script and hand-made brush fonts out there in the market. We carefully handpicked some of the most usable script fonts that are either available for free or cost a few dollars. These fonts are highly suitable for logos, lettering, clothing design, posters, labels, quotes, and so much more. We hope you’ll enjoy them!

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