Mushy is a soft-edged joining script display type that comes in four weights each named after gradations of dairy product – Cheese, Butter, Yoghurt and Cream. It’s also available as a variable font. Mushy is great for logos and shorter word-marks. Using contextual alternates, the lowercase of Mushy joins up making words look like a sticky mess. And if this makes a word too hard to read, just untick contextual alternates and the unjoined Mushy lowercase will look clearer.
The inspiration for Mushy comes from jugendstil soft display types like Herkules. The idea for the joining script comes from inky textura types (Gutenberg Bible style lettering), where the blackletter in/out strokes bleed into each other making a line of text look like a garden fence. The uppercase also contains a few optional Swashes.