We are sharing this beautiful font family set with lots of goodies as well by Firman Suci Ananda called: Cartel Deux. It’s a lovely typographic set with a script and serif style for your next display or title designs. Personally I am always being a bit too skeptical with script font because there is always some letters that you just aren’t happy about but this set is quite working out pretty well as a whole. Hope you will enjoy it as well. Firman Suci Ananda is a freelance UI designer based in Medan, Indonesia. Firman has worked with a different range of projects and you can also find his work on Creative Market at making full set of font families. Following this feature, you can also buy the set here. Cartel Deux is a new typeface by Cartel Deux™. It’s the combinations fonts include a script and bold style and also have a different style between Smooth & Sharp Script. To complete the set of fonts, Cartel Deux offers 5 style in the family.
Since the first time I saw this script font I fell in love, I don't know if it was because the 3D compositions with very subtle shadows or just because it's a beautifully done font. The thing is Bellissima is indeed a gorgeous script font and we had to feature here on Abduzeedo. While in the same vein and spirit as Burgues and Compendium, Bellissima began from an entirely different thread as those fonts. It started with Alex Trochut generously showing me a gorgeous lettering book from his grandfather's library: Bellezas de la Caligrafía, by Ramón Stirling, 1844. Stirling was one of the Latin calligraphy pioneers who introduced a refined version of English calligraphy in Spain and made it popular in the nineteenth century. Some scans from that book served as initial basis for the caps in my Poem Script. But it was always in the back of my mind that I should do a copperplate, and the Stirling model was the perfect source. My intention was to veer away from Stirling's exuberant ornamentation, and work within simplified forms of his ideas. As it usually is with most of my projects, Bellissima became its own bird and shaped its own flying patterns. Suddenly there were many ligatures, multiple endings and swashed connections, hundreds of alternates for both uppercase and lowercase. Bellissima has an effusive energy that appeals much beyond its sourcing. It's intended for these modern times of appreciation for old crafty things like stationary and letterpress, where its origins help it shine brightly.