Script?

poms's picture


Do you know this one?

t.

bemerx25's picture

Possibly done by hand - the "e's" in "Steve" look different. But I'd love to be wrong!

Stephen Rapp's picture

Given the era,the material its on, and the budgets likely available… it's likely handlettered.

Miss Tiffany's picture

You might look at the Bluemlein fonts at Veer.

poms's picture

Thanks

Justin_Ch's picture

That is a lovely, energetic S. Great photo in general. (I love his trousers and matching boots!)

Drifting of the typographic element here, is that bag actually part of the chair?

poms's picture

Yeah this is nice, i like it the way the lettering artist put this swashy thing on the backrest of this simple folding chair, cool. And of course McQueen adds style to this overall picture.
I'm normally not into this swashy script thing, but here all elements of the photo are showing nice interactions. Next time i look twice at those scripts.

Yehan's picture

You know..looking at it closely..it's too ornate to be done by hand no? Would you write like that? It might be a font..but maybe not digitized?

Jan's picture

... too ornate to be done by hand? Huh?

It may not be written by hand but most certainly drawn.

Florian Hardwig's picture

Would you write like that?

Not me. But Americans do. Check out the ‘S’ in American Cursive.

it’s too ornate to be done by hand no?

I agree. Still, (a lot of) kids in the US have to learn writing like that. Apart from the minsucule ‘e’ with the mirrored 3 shape – which is another American speciality – , the sample exhibits the same ductus as the cursives taught in school there.

Yehan's picture

Fair enough..was just wondering. Thanks for clarifying.

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