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Since there is no background attribute in a text object in SVG, you'd need to use another method, such as drawing a filled rectangle under the text, however as you say that's inconvenient as you'd have to resize the rectangle every time you type a name that's shorter or longer. One method is to use an SVG filter applied to some text to create a box around ...


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The serif could be replaced by Copper Bowles, Copperplate hand or Adorn Copperplate The sans is trickier, but something like Revelstoke, Prequel or Davish


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The larger, serifed hand is definitely someone's hand-lettered version of a Copperplate (and very nicely rendered at that) and the sans serif looks like an italic variation of one of the bauhaus style hands - I've two near matches but neither is quite perfect. https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/borutta/vitali https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/kostic-type-...


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You can get something kind of similar, by using a modified Blend filter. Type some white text, and make sure the text object is selected Click Filters > Fill and Transparency > Blend Set the source to Background Open the Filter Editor Change the Mode to Exclusion Note: the contrast is not as strong/vivid as your example because effect is dependent on the ...


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