Classical Roman Simplicity – Part 3

Showcasing Anavio

We’re showcasing our Anavio family of classical Roman inspired typefaces this week. Anavio is currently offered at a 40% discount on Myfonts.com and Fontspring.com.

Today we settle down for a nice cup of tea, call in at a corner house and go car racing.

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Classical Roman Simplicity – Part 2

Showcasing Anavio

We’re showcasing our Anavio family of classical Roman inspired typefaces this week. Anavio is currently offered at a 40% discount on Myfonts.com and Fontspring.com.

Today we set out by ocean liner for New York.  We also have a classically simple piece of signwriting, for a good old-fashioned grocer…we’d so like to be able to do our grocery shopping without pushing those dreadful trolleys about (but that’s another story)… and a piece of distinguished novel typesetting.

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Classical Roman Simplicity – Part 1

Showcasing Anavio

We’re showcasing our Anavio family of classical Roman inspired typefaces this week. Anavio is currently offered at a 40% discount on Myfonts.com and Fontspring.com.

Today’s collection includes re-imaginings of travel posters for Rome and London and an advertisement for a cosily old-fashioned firm of gentlemen’s tailors.

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Showcasing Bertoni

We’re currently offering the Bertoni family at a 35% discount on Myfonts.com, so we thought this was an opportune moment to showcase it in action.  Can anyone guess which of these three Businesses is the real (though now we belive defunct) one?  See below.

The real business is in fact Burtt & Co of Gloucester, and yes they really did make beehives.  The Cortleigh Arms, on the other hand, is a pure creation of imagination.  The Hirondelle does have a basis in fiction if not in fact-it was the car driven by the hero of Leslie Charteris‘ ‘Saint‘ novels.