We’re pleases to announce the launch of our two latest releases, Balbione and Chequers on Myfonts and on Fontspring.
Baldione is a highly stylised variation upon a classic Didone typeface, incorporating a globular decorative ‘ball’ or ‘blob’ in each character’s design. The result has a feel of the 1970s about it somehow and works well in poster and advertising designs with a hint of the outré’ about them. Balidone includes an extensive range of ligatures and stylistic alternates.
Chequers was inspired by the all-capitals lettering seen on a 1920s magazine cover. It is a family of six small-serifed display faces, including a selection of stylistic alternates. Use it for a comfortable period feel in your design work.
Coliseo is a lively and fun Art Nouveau inspired typeface, inspired by stone lettering seen on facade of the Coliseum Theatre in London. It’s beautifully characterful let legible making it ideal for poster work or anything where it’s useful to combine Roman display faces with a feeling of life and energy. Coliseo is available on Fontspring and Myfonts.
Coliseo is a lively and fun Art Nouveau inspired typeface, inspired by stone lettering seen on facade of the Coliseum Theatre in London. It’s beautifully characterful let legible making it ideal for poster work or anything where it’s useful to combine Roman display faces with a feeling of life and energy.
We’ve just released two new typefacefamilies-the previously foreshadowed Granville and a surprise release Federal Streamliner. Both are currently offered at a 25% introductory discount on Myfonts.com.
Granville is inspired by traditional British (and transatlantic) shop signage. It’s an elaborate confection, drawing on Roman and Blackletter influences and is ideal to give any project an instant Victorian feel.
Granville is offered in Regular, Condensed and Expanded widths as well as an oblique form and a yet more decorative ‘Grand’ form. These faces are especially suitable for posters, period advertising, Chapter headings and signage.
Federal Streamliner was inspired by lettering seen on the side of a 1950s/60s era train.
It speaks of the designs of the ‘streamline’ era and is ideal for retro projects invoking the 30s, 50s or 60s needing a simple distinctive display face.