Wonderhand font is a new monoline script family developed in six widths and 3 weights each. Additionally you will find variations in three design axis – upright, 20 and 40 degrees that actually turn Wonderhand into one of the most complicated script family of total 63! Fonts.
That is quite a lot and it is not only about numbers – Wonderhand is developed with advanced open-type programming supporting multilingual diacritics, alternates, swashes, ligatures and additional symbols like frames, dingbats etc. Beside all these remarkable technical specifications and probably above all Wonderhand is a friendly well-balanced script fonts with a lot of character, a dose of naive look, and a lot of potential if used for invitations, book covers, food packaging, logos and custom t-shirt designs.
Wonderhand font is designed by Martina Flor in 2014. She started her career in Buenos Aires, Argentina presently living and working in Berlin, Germany. If you like to know more about her impressive work as lettering artist, calligrapher and type designer, check out her team project with another great star – Giuseppe Salerno (Resistenza type foundry) – Lettering vs Calligraphy.
Supported languages: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
Designers: Martina Flor
Publisher: Martina Flor