Baldione, In Action

Here, as promised, is a sampling of  our new Baldione typeface in use.  This collection of four pieces of design takes a varying range of themes…chocolate (as ever), book covers (we thoroughly recommend the works of Patrick O’Brian), cooking ingredients (in Italian, no less) and a rather glamorous aspect of going on holiday…

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Bertolessi and Tulk’s Victorian Banner Launch on Myfonts.com

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.

Vectis Family Grows

The Vectis family, named in honor of the Roman settlement of Britain’s south coast on the Isle of Wight, brings a fresh approach to the classic simple elegance of ancient Roman faces.  Five new faces have just been added to the family on Myfonts.com.

Vectis is offered as a small caps face designed to add a fresh hint of character to this style of classical design.

Vectis can lend a note of formal dignity to any design project or poster and is ideal for clear headings and titles with a traditional feel. Two basic weights are offered, regular and bold, as well as a range of alternate letterforms and ligatures.

This popular family has now been expanded with the incised ‘Monumental’ display face, and well as ‘miniscule’ lower case forms and condensed widths. Vectis and our Anavio families compliment each other perfectly, and can also be purchased together in a value pack on Myfonts.com.

Vectis Now Released

Vectis is now released on Myfonts.com, with release on other sites to follow soon.

Vectis, named in honor of the Roman settlement of Britain’s south coast on the Isle of Wight, brings a fresh approach to the classic simple elegance of ancient Roman faces.

Vectis is offered as a small caps face designed to add a fresh hint of character to this style of classical design.

Vectis can lend a note of formal dignity to any design project or poster and is ideal for clear headings and titles with a traditional feel. Two weights are offered, regular and bold, as well as a range of alternate letterforms and ligatures.

Here are a couple of examples of Vectis in use:

Pre-Release Preview of Vectis

The Vectis family, a new take on Classical Roman Elegance will shortlybe released through Myfonts.com.  Here’s a preview of a close to final release version of the family-available here in .pdf or see below:

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