Slapstick has a very versatile look. It would look beautiful on an invitation for a wedding or other event.
Or be a perfect fit for a logo or retail packaging. I could definitely see this on a wine label.
I am in love with that “h” !! And he did an incredible job with the all caps look.
Clear and readable yet stylish.
Here’s a little more about this versatile font.
Slapjack is a unique rendition of a broad-edged calligraphic script ideal for packaging, signage, and titling. With a glyph count well over 700, Slapjack is a fully-featured pro font. Using Adobe InDesign which supports Stylistic Sets allows you to instantly convert your text to a version without baseline connectors for a more streamlined look. These can also be selected via the glyph palette.
It’s so cool how you can choose to have a connected or non-connected look. It really changes the feel.
I had the pleasure of meeting Stephen in person and found him to be extremely humble for such a talented lettering artist as well as a truly kind hearted and gentle man.
I think his work beautifully represents those qualities.
Here’s a few samples of some of his other gorgeous fonts.
Hiatus is 30% off for a limited time!
This graphic shows off the gorgeous flourishes in Hiatus.
This historic look of Memoir has the look of beautiful handwriting.
These Memoir ligatures are perfect for envelope addressing.
Montague Script is another font that has a lot of versatility.
New Cuisine is one of my personal favorites and is 33% off for a limited time! Love the modern yet slightly retro look.
There are too many fab fonts to show here so be sure to check out his full collection on myfonts.com.
Here’s a little bit about Stephen:
Lettering and typography are his passion. He’s studied and practiced lettering and type design for over 2 decades. He was a recipient of the Hermann Zapf Scholarship Award in 1997 and has been a lettering artist and type developer for American Greetings since 2000.
Some of his accolades include:
Published in Letter Arts Review, Scripsit, Bound and Lettered, the recently released “Modern Mark Making” by Quarry books, and Typography 30 by The Type Directors Club.
He has taught classes and workshops on both calligraphy and lettering and has been a faculty member at the International Lettering Arts Conference and Typecon.
In addition to his work with American Greetings, Stephen designs commercially available fonts for P22, Veer, and MyFonts.
I’m delighted to know such a great designer and human being.
Enjoy this Marvelous Monday!
My two calligraphy fonts, Belluccia and Dom Loves Mary (both “Rising Stars” and Best Sellers on myfonts !) are always available on myfonts.com.
The Dom Loves Mary script font, recognized as a “Rising Star” for December 2012 is available at myfonts.com.
My first cursive font, Belluccia has remained on the Best Sellers list for 19 months was named one of Myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011 and is available at myfonts.com.