Just One Word

We do enjoy seeing our typefaces out and about in the real world.  A favourite location to spot them is on the covers of new release books.  Who doesn’t like browsing in a bookshop anyway , but seeing our own work on display there can be the icing on the cake.  This particular example only involves a single word set in one of our typefaces, but exceptionally appropriate we feel.  Seen on the cover of Rosemary Ashton’s “Victorian Bloomsbury” (Yale University Press, July 2012), Worthing regular provides the ideal visual identity for the subject matter of the book concerned:

Coincidentally (truly!-we have no inside knowledge of these things) Worthing is currently being offered at a 35% discount on Myfonts.com.

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