We are very happy to announce the release of our first collaboration with master calligrapher, designer and illustrator Gabriel Martínez Meave from México. The first in the series of new designs is Wordless Script, an emotional calligraphic typeface published by Sudtipos.


About Wordless Script.

Speechless. Breathless. Wordless. There are letters that transcend simple functionality and sheer legibility, to be recognized instead by their style, their charm, their emotion. It's like when we don't remember the exact sentences, but we recall the tone of the voice of a loved one: it just doesn't matter WHAT he or she said, but HOW he or she said it.

Wordless Script is the font of choice for writing those things that go beyond words. Based on the connected-scripts of the late 18th-century England, this typeface preserves the irregular finish and stroke gestures of the pointed nib. It is, so to speak, a personal rendition of the English roundhand as originally executed with the bird's quill. Imbued with a rococo, neoclassic, romantic spirit, Wordless Script radiates the gallantry of a time when the celebrated «douceur de vivre» that Talleyrand was so fond of was still alive and well; echoes of which still haunts us in our eclectic 21st-century, that now has once again come to appreciate again these magnificent styles of old.

Wordless Script features alternate variants of most letters, ligatures and multiple calligraphic endings, ideal for elegant labels, high-end packaging and personalized stationery, as well as the composition of selected brands, exquisite titlings, verses, letters and short texts, like those meant to be read with the eyes only or to be whispering into someone's ear.

Digitized and available at Sudtipos.



Worldless Script is available with an introductory discount for a limited time.



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Wordless Script

We are very happy to announce the release of our first collaboration with master calligrapher, designer and illustrator Gabriel Martínez Meave fr Read More
265
3,047
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Published: