It is still a mystery to us why Martin Wilke’s 1968 Konzept design was ignored by the digital age. It certainly has the elements of attractive yet realistic handwriting, as well as a few very distinctive letters that make it very unique in its class.
So here it comes digitally under another feline name from Canada Type. We named it Cougar because the top of the C gives off just that impression. Ditto the G’s casual descender, and the gorgeous a and g. With casual letters like these, a handwriting font cannot get any more realistic.
Cougar is ideal for handwritten notes, both long letters and friendly short sentences. It’s also great for use in scrawl design, titling, or any environment where friendly and casual appearance is of importance.