Newcomerscuerna.org – Papyrus font may look unique and different, but it may not be for all designs and usages. The font comes in a handwritten style that has been (overly) used by many designers ever since its creation. however, the font has its own restrictions when compared to the other fonts, so be sure that you understand the font before you decide to use it.
About the Font
Chris Costello was the one responsible for this font. He created it in 1982, but releasing it in 1983. Then, Letraset, a London company published it. The font is now owned by ITC (Internation Typeface Corporating). Many of Microsoft apps have been using this font.
The signature style of this font is the irregular edges and uneven curves, with big fonts (including weights). You should be able to download the font in your device as long as you use it for personal projects only.
Despite the popularity of the font, it has its own ‘haters’. Not many designers would implement this font within their designs, and it happens because of the visuals. When being displayed on the screen, it doesn’t look convincing. The font comes with horizontal strokes and rough edges. But you should be able to use it with Curvy font for various platforms.
Unlike other fonts that can be used for personal or commercial usages, you can only use this font for free for personal purpose. If you want to use it for commercial projects, you need to buy the license. If you are going to use it for commercial usage, make sure that you buy the license. Otherwise, you would be considered violating the law.
If you don’t really want to use Papyrus because you have to buy the license, there are other alternative options. Some of them are:
- Lithos font
- Plato font
- ITC Tempus Sans font
- Film Cryptic font
- Humana Sans ITC
- Yummy Cupcakes font
- Monotonia Display font
- Myriad Pro
You can definitely make use of this Papyrus font for your projects, but don’t forget to buy the license if you want to include it for commercial usages.
- Download Here
- File Size: 1MB
- File Format: ZIP (OTF, TTF)