Gibson Girl is a heavy script font with an 1890s flair. During the end of the 19th Century, the "Gibson Girl" created by illustrator Charles Gibson, was considered the ideal of feminine beauty and poise in that time period. The term has become associated with the Gilded Age in America. The design of the Gibson Girl font reflects both femininity and self confidence.
Jukebox fonts are available in OpenType format and downloadable packages contain both .otf and .ttf versions of the font. They are compatible on both Mac and Windows. All fonts contain basic OpenType features as well as support for Latin-based and most Eastern European languages.
Each quantity of "1" in the shopping cart represents a single license for up to 5 computers. Please select a quantity based on the number of computers you need to install the font on accordingly.
- 6-10 users = quantity of 2
- 11 to 15 users = quantity of 3, and so on.
Bulk discounts are automatically applied.