Brush script fonts have become really popular over the last few years. Their whimsical hand-made feel has lead to many artists, photographers, creative-types using these brush script typefaces in their logos and branding. That is why you see the explosion of new hand-made, brushed fonts appearing on the scene. Mixed with floral motifs and/or watercolor textures these brush fonts can make for some very lovely branding & designs. Hence, why I put this post together.
For awhile now I’ve been looking for that perfect brush script font. I’ve found the best looking brushed logos are hand-made by professional calligraphers/professional letterers. If you can’t afford to go that route or don’t know any professionals you can always turn to fonts… and luckily because of the increasing popularity of wanting that brushed logo feel, many type designers are focusing their efforts on creating that perfect script. Below you’ll find some of the best brush script fonts available right now. Scroll through them and see if any match that “feel” you’re going for.
Most of these fonts are premium (paid) fonts but I’ve included a few at the end the this post that are free. Of course read the license agreements to determine how they can be used first. Enjoy!
(Updated Feb 27, 2016)
Premium Brush Script Fonts
Free Brush Fonts
Some of the free fonts below are not actually considered script fonts… but they are all brush-esque. Chelsea Brush Script and La Compagnie Des Ombres are really the only brush-script fonts below. The others are not “script” fonts but still have that hand-made brushed feel… something some people might be looking for.
If you don’t find a brush script font you like here you can always search Myfonts for brush scripts. Below are some nice fonts I’ve found over on Myfonts.