Stampatello Faceto Font


Stampatello Faceto is a casual handwriting font made from scans of my own handwriting, using a moderately fine marker pen. The name “stampatello faceto” is Italian for “facetious block writing”. It’s in Italian because (to my knowledge) Italy is the only country that teaches kids to write their lowercase “a” like this.

It supports a wide array of languages across four writing systems: Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, and (if you even know what that is) Shavian. You can even write some IPA stuff with this.

There are also some neat OpenType alternate letterforms if you don’t like how I write my “a” and “g” for instance.