Triana is a dingbat and script font family. This typeface has seven styles and was published by Wiescher-Design.
On board of the Pinta the Spanish sailor, Rodrigo de Triana, was the first to see land (an out island of the Bahamas) during the night of the 11th and the 12th October 1492 at 2am. I thought to name a font after this daring Jewish-Spaniard!
Triana is a very thin monoline script. It comes in 5 (Triana-A-B-C-D-E) varieties. The additional Triana A Plus is the only one that has a little bit of contrast and is therefore not monoline but very useful to create that special typographical accent.
I also added another extra set Triana F lower case end letters and swirls (please check the keymap). The fonts can all be combined, meaning you can exchange a letter in a Triana-A-sentence with a letter or two or more of let’s say Triana-C and add lowercase endletters by converting the desired letter to a Triana-F letter.