It’s often possible to distinguish between designs created by hand or using digital equipment since each one offers different features, styles, and sometimes even techniques. But as our tools become more precise and advanced, these differentiating lines become more blurry and it’s almost impossible to realize that some fonts, including today’s font L’Engineer, which appear hand-written are actually created digitally.
This is L’Engineer, a new font from Ferdie Balderas. Build your project little by little with L’Engineer and use its regular and italic styles for blogs and online projects, mixing it with bright images and light readings. Modernity can be presented in the simplest forms, and with this handwritten font, it comes with the thin and long uppercase letters, the gentle presence of the lowercase characters, and the variety offered by the multi-lingual support.