What is the Brush Script Std font?
Brush Script was designed in 1942 by Robert E. Smith for American Type Founders. It has a spontaneous, brush-written look, and the lowercase letters are connected as in handwriting. Brush Script is ideal for casual display work where an informal, handwritten style might be advantageous, such as posters and signage.
Brush Script Std Font families
The Brush Script Std includes the following font families:
Brush Script Std Preview
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