Font Name : Apothecary Script Font DuoAuthor : pixel coloursWebsite : https://creativemarket.com/pixelcoloursLicense: : Free for personal use / DemoCommercial License Website : https://creativemarket.com/pixelcolours/5499382-Apothecary-Script-Font-DuoAdded by : Aron Reynolds
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Welcome to the world of Apothecary Script Font Duo, a modern and stylish font duo created by Pixel Colours. This font is perfect for those who want to elevate their designs and create a unique and memorable brand identity.
The Apothecary Script Font Duo includes two fonts that complement each other perfectly: Apothecary Regular and Apothecary Typewriter. The flowing script font has a monoline style that gives your designs a sweet and sophisticated look. On the other hand, the antique typewriter font adds a touch of authenticity to your small texts, taglines, or info.
The Apothecary Script Font Duo is perfect for creating logos and branding that will stand out from the crowd. With its beautiful flowy script and authentic typewriter font, you can design professional apothecary and botanical labels and packaging or make elegant wedding invitations.
This font duo is also incredibly versatile, with lowercase and uppercase characters, numerals, punctuation, and alternates. It also has language support, making it perfect for designers worldwide.
But that's not all! You can pair the Apothecary Script Font Duo with the new Apothecary Serif Font Collection (must purchase separately) to create even more beautiful designs. And if you're looking for more fonts in the same style, check out our Clean and Glam Font and Apotheosis Font collections.
At Pixel Colours, we create design elements with love for chic designers. With over 25 years of experience in graphic design, we are passionate about creating beautiful and feminine fonts that will help you express your creativity and bring your designs to life.
So, what are you waiting for? Download the Apothecary Script Font Duo today and take your designs to the next level!
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