Brushes are very popular with graphic designers, artists, and crafters. A brush font is a script typeface. The fluid strokes resemble handwriting. Most often, the letters are connected, and those letters resemble a kind of brushstroke.
They can appear natural or organic with an air of casualness. Yet, at the same time, it can be bold, trendy, and modern. They are great for promotions and advertising due to the informal appeal they sometimes lend.
A brushstroke has an incredible amount of variety. You'll notice this as you pursue the many pages of brushstroke typefaces. You might even get a vibe about the designer behind the brush font. Lettering styles such as these are unique and creative, making them ideal for sassy SVG designs and other crafty or artistic designs.
Brush Lettering Your Designs and Your Audience
Think about what you want to say to your audience and match that with your lettering choice. Also, consider your audience and ask yourself if it resonates with them. Matching up another font with a brush style might be challenging. Because brush lettering is often free-flowing and casual, a good match would be a straight and simple font. Roboto and Sans are some great options to pair up with your brush stroke font. If you choose a bold and sassy one, match that up with a straight and to-the-point font like Lato. Font pairing tips like this are important for creative crafters as well as digital and graphic designers.
Whether you choose a super flowing script or a rustic, dry paintbrush look, you get our personal and commercial use licensing. Yes, even for the free ones. So, enjoy the selection found here, and if nothing is floating your boat, zap over to our other script fonts and enjoy designing, crafting, and making beautiful works of art with your new font.