Swash Helvetica

Jonathan Clede's picture

Has anyone designed swash caps that would go with Helvetica?

Yes, I know this is a bit riduculous, but I'm not entirely convinced that it's a foolish idea.

I've found Canterbury Swash Sans, which is a step in the right direction. Anything else?

Miss Tiffany's picture

You want Helvetica Flair by Phil Martin. AFAIK it hasn't been digitized yet.
Read a great interview by Mark Simonson at Typographica.

Nick Shinn's picture

Donuts -- is there anything they can't do?
-- H. Simpson.

cuttin shapes's picture

check this out

http://www.bpfoundry.com/fonts/cut.htm?font=15&cut=36

its based on their neutral typeface which is similar to Helvetica, don't think its commercially available yet but i have seen it used outside of Esquire mag so try contacting them

fredo's picture

Ray Larabies Coolvetica offers a few swashesque details. Well, the G at least. It's for free.

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