Louisville Script™ is a casual script font based loosely on the handwriting of its designer, Steve Matteson. It was named for the town of Louisville, Colorado (pronounced Lewis-ville""). Louisville Script is a youthful, informal handwriting script font. It is perfect for casual correspondence including cards, scrapbooks, menus and flyers. Louisville Script is also wonderful for educational materials including the school newsletter or yearbook!
Pronounced “loo-is-ville,” the typeface is named after a small North Central Colorado coal-mining town founded by an Italian immigrant named Louis Nawatny. Matteson drew the typeface in 2016 as a gift for the Coal Creek Elementary School – located in Louisville.