Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose is a project of passion. Blood, sweat and tears have gone into creating this wonderfully expressive typeface. A hybrid of serif and display.

Lucy Rose

It’s an all caps typeface, with strong and sleek letters, which create a brilliant foundation for the flourished alternatives to rest. The result is beautiful interlocking and totally unique designs.

It features over 100 stylised alternatives, offering an infinite opportunity to customise and create logos, headlines and titling. It’s original form is elegant yet stately and is well suited to editorial, books, advertising, branding and packaging. She is truly a designers dream!

Features:
• All caps font
• Tall version
• 108 stylistic alternatives
• All punctuation and numbers
• Foreign character support

Please note that Stylistic Alternates will require professional design software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Inkscape.

Language Support: Albanian, Basque, Breton, Chamorro, Danish, Dutch, English, Faroese, Finnish, Frisian, Galician, German, Icelandic, Italian, Malagasy, Norwegian, Portuguese and Swedish

This product was originally featured in The Designer’s Winter Treasure Trove

These images have been provided by the designer for presentational purposes only. Please refer to the Design Cuts license for terms of use.

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6 lovely comments from our community

  1. Monica

    Hi, I would like to know if this font works with procreate app?

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    • Zack Parks

      Hey Monica,

      thanks for commenting and it is great to hear that you are interested in using this font in Procreate. The great news is that you can certainly use The lucy Rose Font in Procreate, However Procreate does not support stylistic alternatives so you will not be able to use the stylistic alternatives from this font. my apologies for any inconvenience caused. I have just popped you an email that you should offer some more information.

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      • MONICA BOHORQUEZ

        Hi Zack, I love the font but I would like to use the stylistic alternatives to create my company logo. I use procreate and I downloaded Inkscape. Do you have any tutorials how to use the alternatives in Inkscape? Thanks for your help. 🙏😉

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        • Zack Parks

          Hey Monica,

          thanks for getting back to me and it’s great to hear that you want to use the Stylistic Alternatives to crater your logo. Whilst we do not have a tutorial for using the Alternatives in Inkscape, I did some find this very helpful tutorial on youtube: https://bit.ly/2OpeOeh.

          I hope this helps Monica, and if you have any other questions, please do let me know- I am always happy to help!

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          • MONICA BOHORQUEZ

            Hi Zack…Thanks. the video is great, but when I open the character map, go to private use characters…the font don’t show me any alternatives. I tried with different fonts that are installed in the program and it worked fine. I don’t know what happened! there is no Glyphs or stylistic alternatives included in the package??

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            • Annabel Smith

              Hey Monica,

              Thanks so much for coming back to Zack! I am really sorry to hear that you are having difficulty accessing your stylistic alternates for Lucy Rose. This particular font comes with over 100 alternative characters so rest assured, I have popped you over an email to get a little more information as to what is happening for you so that we can help you get up and running :).

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