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Scarlet Script

7 Styles
Afrikaans
Albanian
Aromanian
Arumanian
Arvanitic
Asturian
Asu
Azerbaijani
Baraba Tatar
Basque
Bemba
Bena
Bislama
Bosnian
Breton
Catalan
Chamorro
Chichewa
Chiga
Cornish
Crimerian Tatar
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Embu
English
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Filipino
Finnish
Franco-Provençal
French
Friulian
Gagauz
Galician
Ganda
German
Greenlandic
Gusii
Hawaiian
Hungarian
Icelandic
Inari Saami
Indonesian
Interlingua
Irish
Istro-Romanian
Italian
Jola-Fonyi
Kabuverdianu
Kalaallisut
Kalenjin
Kamba
Karaim
Kikuyu
Kinyarwanda
Ladin
Ladino
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lovari Roma
Lower Sorbian
Lule Sámi
Luo
Luxembourgish
Luyia
Machame
Makhuwa-Meetto
Makonde
Malagasy
Malay
Maltese
Manx
Maori
Meru
Moldavian
Morisyen
North Ndebele
Northern Sotho
Northern Sámi
Norwegian Bokmål
Norwegian Nynorsk
Nyankole
Occitan
Oromo
Polish
Portuguese
Quechua
Romani Pan-Vlax
Romanian
Romansh
Rombo
Rundi
Rwa
Samburu
Samoan
Sango
Sangu
Scottish Gaelic
Sena
Serbian
Shambala
Shona
Slovak
Slovenian
Soga
Somali
Southern Sotho
Southern Sámi
Spanish
Swahili
Swedish
Tahitian
Taita
Teso
Tongan
Tswana
Turkish
Turkmen
xiTsonga
Ume Sámi
Upper Sorbian
Uzbek
Veps
Vunjo
Walloon
Walser
Welsh
Wolof
isiXhosa
Yapese
Yiddish
Zulu
Kermes vermilio
Scale insects vary dramatically in appearance; from very small organisms (1–2 mm) that grow beneath wax covers (some shaped like oyster shells, others like mussel shells), to shiny pearl-like objects (about 5 mm), to creatures covered with mealy wax. Adult female scales are almost always immobile (aside from mealybugs) and permanently attached to the plant they have parasitized. They secrete a waxy coating for defense; this coating causes them to resemble reptilian scales or fish scales, hence their common name.
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About Scarlet Script

Designer
Jürgen Huber

Had Alexander Girard & Aldo Novarese teamed up to design a typeface, Scarlet might have been the result. In his admiration of the graphic language of the 1960s, Jürgen Huber has designed this sans serif typeface with a matching script in 2015/16.

Scarlet comes in 12 styles, Scarlet Script in 7. Both typefaces have small caps and an extended character set to support Western, Central and Eastern European languages. OpenType features help you handle ligatures, old style figures and other glyph sets, in a smart way.

With Scarlet’s warm unique flavor and touch in the design of the stylish and playful sixties, you can feel where it works best, whether in the pages of magazines, on packaging, or on the screen.

Buying Options

Custom Type

Understanding and utilising our clients’ individual company values, we define the formal characteristics they wish to see reflected in their typeface and corporate design identity.