We recently redigitized Imre Reiner’s classic 1957 calligraphic typeface London Script from scratch. This new digitization maintains a soft contour and, slightly darker and steadier stroke, and much better outlines for use at both extremes of scaling. Language support was also greatly expanded, and many alternates and ligatures were added. The name was also changed to Reiner Hand, to better reflect the origins of the design.
Reiner Hand is soft and irregular jolts from a calligraphy master’s hand. In a very Reineresque fashion, most characters include the one finishing stroke that makes professional calligraphers pause and ponder this additional touch to a letter’s personality.