"Country Garden" script

degregorio2's picture

the faster one will win a chocolate

jp, or a curicana cake

hrant's picture

It looks very Doyald Young, except there are some weaknesses (like the color difference between the two words). And it's most probably handmade (not a font).


hrant's picture

On the other hand, now that you mention the "n"s, notice that the second "n" is malformed, while the first one (and every other glyph) is fine... So now I think maybe it is a font, and only that terminal "n" is a custom (and bad) mod job.

And I'm also getting a bell ringing: That "G" especially reminds me a lot of Michael Harvey's recent Tisdall font (of which I don't have a sample handy).


bowfinpw's picture

I'm interested to see the answer for this one, but I can see it isn't Michael Harvey's "Tisdall Script" (see http://www.identifont.com/show?BZ for a sample showing).

It doesn't look like anything in my Script Guide either, which is why I'd like to know what it is.

hrant's picture

Oh, Tisdall was way off.
(Yves, how do you do a <blush> again?)


beejay's picture

here's a secret link


but...it's not the same

kentlew's picture

This looks to me like it actually might be a font, not
calligraphy. If it is handmade, then it was done digitally,
not as actual hand-done lettering. I say this based on
the consistency of the arches of u and y, the bowls of a
and d, and the two r's. The difference in color between
the two words is the result of enlarging a single master.

degregorio2's picture

De gregorio 1- all typophile 0

lets play the second time

degregorio2's picture

glade fragant myst

hawk's picture

the only Alpine Spice that i know --- red wine

David Hamuel

degregorio2's picture


nobody know!!!!!!


i'll never know

adriano's picture

weird post...

cph's picture

Let's just pretend it's an in-house script based on some calligraphy someone did for them once. Seems like a plausable explanation to me.

degregorio2's picture

its the second time i see this font.
the first time i see her, i was riding in bike on a rural city.

i never forger a face.
and this is a font, is not a simple calligraphy.

no one will win.

Bald Condensed's picture

Both 'n's are different. Probably calligraphy, like
the man said.

Jared Benson's picture

Juan Pablo, where did you get this sample from?

Jared Benson's picture

Glade Air Fresheners?

Bald Condensed's picture

> (Yves, how do you do a <blush> again?)

\clipart{blush} Elementary, my dear Watson.
It ain't rocket science!

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