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Download nowDesigner: Dave Davison
Publisher: House Industries
Davison Spencerian was designed by Dave Davison and published by House Industries. Davison Spencerian contains 2 styles and family package options. The font is currently #43 in Hot New Fonts. 

As one of the most distinguished lettering artists of the 20th century, Meyer "Dave" Davison's greatest contribution to the American visual landscape is arguably Davison Spencerian. The alphabet made its first appearance in Photo-Lettering's 1946 catalog and remains a benchmark of the ornamental script genre. Thanks to the skillful hands of Mitja Miklavčič and the tireless eyes of House Industries designers Ben Barber and Ken Kiel, we have preserved the poise and precision of Davison's masterwork in this faithfully-rendered digital incarnation. From automotive exhaust accessories and pirate-themed wedding invites to New Orleans sissy bounce hip-hop CD covers and upmarket bivalve ambrosia packaging, Davison Spencerian offers sober sophistication and unparalleled flexibility.


Typeface Design: Meyer "Dave" Davison

Typeface Digitization: Mitja Miklavčič

Typeface Direction: Ben Kiel and Ken Barber

Like all good subversives, House Industries hides in plain sight while amplifying the look, feel and style of the world's most interesting brands, products and people. Based in Delaware, visually influencing the world.

Font Family:
· Davison Spencerian Regular
· Davison Spencerian Drop Shadow

File Size: 21.72 MB

Tags: 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, display, drop shadow, house industries, ornamental, photo-lettering, photo lettering, plinc, script, spencerian, wedding, wedding invitations

Release date: October 4, 2021

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