The Emmet and Heath Robinson Railway Company.

A rather flamboyant sketch, entirely from imagination, but inspired by the art of Messrs Roland Emmett and William Heath Robinson. The odd thing is that nonsense like this from imagination takes a really long time to do – over two weeks of drawing time went in to this.

A Bony Alphabet

Here’s a project we’ve not forgotten about, with a preview of the latest progress just to prove it.  ‘Dem Bones‘ is a humorous, and mildly Halloween (for our transatlantic brethren) themed project.  It will be an all capitals typeface where all the glyphs are shaped out of…well… bones.  No skulls or anything to gruesome, we promise!  Anyway, here’s what we mean:

Bertolessi and Tulk’s Victorian Banner Launch on

These new typefaces have already lunched on Fontspring.  Just click on the sample images below to try them out on Myfonts:

New Releases on Fontspring

Our latest two releases have just launched on Fontspring.

Bertolessi, is a Roman face made fun, with a healthy dose of filigree curves thrown into the mix. It’s an ideal compliment to our extensive Bertoni family, but can be used anywhere a bit of humour and flair is required.  Get with the curls!

Tulk’s Victorian Banner revives the tradition of ‘Banner’ typefaces-lettering within their own lozenge or cartouche, that made such an appealing feature in many old type foundries catalogues.  Tulk’s Victorian Banner makes a wonderful feature of lettering in any piece of period inspired design.  It compliments our recent Fitzgerald space especially well, but can be used alongside any typeface of your choice where you want to bring a touch of period flamboyance.