Remember that curious piece of architectural design we posted the other week? It’s moved along now and we can reveal what it is, as well as allowing downloads. Our designer was a railway modeller from years ago, and had a hankering to design some model kits. Here’s a first small one, just a hut really, done as a test piece which we’re pleased to make freely available. All comments and responses gratefully received…
Here’s a showcase for our Adantine typeface family, currently offered at a discount on Fontspring and Myfonts. The theme of today’s collectionis a recreation of old-fashioned refined ‘drink’ advertising….(well, ok,maybe not in the case of the ‘Babysham’).
Here’s the first part of a showcase of our Adantine typeface family.
Adantine offers the opportunity to bring Victorian inspired Elegance and Character to modern design work. It is inspired by the hand-lettered captions often seen on old sepia-toned postcards, but also has some of the spirit of 19th century advertising cuts. Adantine is offered in regular and text faces, as well as all and small Capitals forms with purpose made swashed capitals, and in a decorative embossed form. There’s a timeless quality to the design of Adantine that allows it to work in modern or period inspired settings.
Somehow, air travel seemed far more stylish and yes- pleasant when it took place at a sedate speed on dignified flying boats. Whatever happened to this civilised age…where did we become so speed obsessed. Today’s outing with Blout takes us to a more spacious (in all sorts of ways) age, as we are taken out by launch to join our Imperial Airways flying boat.