French Fonts

Have you noticed that something as quotidien as handwriting can vary dramatically between those schooled in France and in the U.S., even though we use the same characters? It seems so trivial, but a font can immediately remind you of a particular cultural milieu. If you want to nurture your inner graphic designer, lend a touch of “authenticity” or just some fun nostalgia to exercises and handouts with these French fonts from Dafont – a site that is available, by the way, in French or English. {Just remember they’re for noncommercial use.}

Valérie

Cursive

MaternelleColor Trace

Crayon, Plume, Seyes

Paris Metro

1742 Frenchvicilité

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