Designed by Amy Hood, Beverly Drive Left is a brush script, retro and script font published by Hoodzpah.
Beverly Drive font is a left-leaning script from Hoodzpah, Inc. inspired by Beverly Hills: from the posh shop signs on Rodeo, to the kitschy apartment complex logos. It’s the kind of font you can dress up (holiday cards or wedding invitations) or dress down (can’t you just imagine this on a laminated diner menu?). Beverly Drive font is a display typeface with a low x height, exaggerated cap heights, and plenty of capital letter alternates so every proper noun looks unique and intentional.
— 425 glyphs. Mac Roman and Window 1215 compatible
— Numericals, currency symbols, fractions, and punctuation.
— Tons of fun extras like smiley faces, “rd” “th” “st” superscript glyphs, and extra ampersands.