Estoril Font

Estoril is a bold display font with a unique look somewhere between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. It’s typical of the kinds of advertising poster lettering which was highly influential on the nostalgic lettering styles of the Psychedelic period as well. It fits in well stylistically with both our Art Nouveau collection and our Psychedelic fonts. As for the name, it just sort of popped into my head. It comes from one of the famous watch movements manufactured by Hamilton Watch and used in high-end watches like the Rolex. You can try out the free demo version of Furbelow for either MacOS or Windows, and the full version of Estoril is available on our Ordering Site

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