In the fall of 2021 I visited the exhibition Niki de Saint Phalle in the 1960s at The Menil Collection in Houston, Texas, and was enthralled by her interdisciplinary practice. From her work in assemblage to her large scale installation works, I was most interested in her works on paper. Saint Phalle's works on paper find the viewer in a world of fantasy not only through her illustrations but through even her handwriting. Inspired by Saint Phalle's beautifully unique script I wanted to start a project that would revere her and possibly contribute to her legacy. 
To my knowledge there has yet to be any sort of documentation or vectorizing of Saint Phalle's handwriting into a usable and downloadable typeface. I took on an ongoing project to individually vectorize each character cross-referencing different instances where Saint Phalle exercised her penmanship. To learn more about Niki de Saint Phalle visit The Niki Charitable Art Foundation.
Here, you'll find reference images, examples of the typeface in use, and links to free and downloadable files to honor Niki de Saint Phalle in your own ways.

Alphabet Scarf by Niki de Saint Phalle & Jean Tinguely

All images rights are copyrighted by their respective owners and all likeness belong to Niki de Saint Phalle and The Niki Charitable Art Foundation. I am in no way attempting to generate profit off of this project. My sole intention is to document and share Niki de Saint Phalle's legacy and message.