Playlist Script Font

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Playlist is a perfectly imperfect handdrawn font with dry brush styles.Playlist font contains 3 styles: Script, Caps, and Ornament, which you can combine to create a beautiful designs. Playlist Free Font can be used in any purposes; personal and commercial. It is suitable for wedding invitation, greeting card, illustration, quotes, poster, t-shirt design, etc.

Tthanks to Artimasa for providing this free font exclusively to us. Make sure to check out more awesome fonts at their portfolio.


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Playlist Script Font
4.3 (49) votes
playlist-script The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
playlist-caps The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
playlist-ornament The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog

25 COMMENT on “Playlist Script Font

  1. Love the font, but…. “Thanks Wind you totally Rape my hair?” What the hell would you ever use that product for?

    1. I totally agree, that was also my first thought. Rape is serious and it shouldn’t be watered down and trivialized with a crass joke like this.

  2. You really need to remove that image using the word rape. How hard is that?? This isn’t a hard decision to make.

  3. Love this font. Used it via Canva for all of my DIY wedding materials (save the dates, invitations, guest book poster, welcome sign… literally everything!) Thanks!

  4. I downloaded this, but it only works on Photoshop. Not on MS Word. The font does not look anything like what I’m seeing in the pictures above. The capital ‘A’ isn’t capitalized either. I’ve redownloaded this to double check.

  5. Love the font. Only issue I have: There are no Umlaute for Caps, but for Script there are. Will we have an updated version at some point with them?

    Cheers, Julia

  6. So I downloaded the font to use in PicMonkey but it only shows the Playlist Script and not the Caps. Is there a way to fix this? I downloaded both of them separately but it’s not doing anything different.

  7. I am having the same issue! I downloaded on my laptop and Playlist appears in the MS Publisher/Word font list, but the Caps doesn’t. If I use it in Photoshop, you can only access the Caps from the special font box drop down list. How do we get this to work in all programs?

  8. I want to start a world with a lower-case r, but don’t like how open it is. Is there a way to add the joining stroke to the letter r?

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