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The name Moreske, Maureske, Morisca, Morisco comes from Spanish “Mauritanian”.
This ornament is based on the greenery motive with strongly stylized stems and leaves fancifully interlacing.
Such ornaments were widely used in the 16th century in various decorations from architecture to household goods, and book covers in particular.
The font contains high quality vector graphics with elaborate attention to details.
This collection consists of friezes (borders) and closed compositions in the shape of circles, squares, rectangles and triangles that can be organized into repeats (patterns).
Morseke 2D can be easily used not only in a traditional approach, but also in grunge stylistics enriching your compositions.
on MyFonts: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/2d-typo/moreske-2d/