Gloriana Font

Gloriana was originally released in 1999 based on samples of hand lettering in an illustrated childrens book from the early 1900s. It was one of several conceptually similar fonts we did during that period, including Gaiseric, Rosalinde, Scurlock and Folkard. For some reason Folkard was the big hit of the various fantasy themed fonts we did as part of that project and although Gloriana was the one which was most similar to Folkard and also one of the most interesting of those designs, it just didn’t take off in the same way. Now it’s time to give it another chance. We think its combination of hand-drawn personality, lots of alternate characters  and decorative elements makes it special and deserving of more attention.
You can try the DEMO version of Gloriana for free by registering. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24 online and download it right away.



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