It’s a monoline script font so each letter is fully-connected to the next to emulate hand drawn letterforms. This is done by using contextual alternatives an OpenType feature available in you design application. It’s ideally suited for packaging, logo work, branding, occasions, invites, posters and anything creative. I called it Balham to Brooklyn. I got the name from a Turin Breaks song, it seemed like the perfect fit. The two places are so contrasting, Balham, London to Brooklyn USA. Also my favourite drinking hole is in Balham. And just in case you were wondering, Brooklyn is about 3458 miles from Balham.
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