Brush Script Font

Designed in 1942 by Robert E. Smith for the American Type Founders (ATF), Brush Script is a casual connected script typeface with a look of handwritten letters with an ink brush. Brush Script, a heavy, informal script, looks like it was written with a brush because its lowercase letters join together. As one of the best known casual script typefaces, Brush Script saw near immediate success with advertisers, retailers, and in posters. Its popularity continued through the 1950s, waned in the 1960s and then regained after WW2.

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