About this font family
Dunsley is a roughly-drawn sans-serif typeface. At small sizes itís clear enough to use as small bodies of text, and in larger sizes the imperfections show and it’s ideal for headlines with a worn, degraded or misprinted look to them.
It has four main aspects: 1) conventional, 2) jumbled (where the characters are rotated around a little and moved up or down), 3) conventional with varying sized characters, and 4) jumbled with varying sized characters. These 4 types each have the 4 normal variants (Reg, Bold and their italic versions). There’s also some FX versions. More…
The Jumbled versions contain alternative double-letter pairings for aa-zz and AA-ZZ to avoid having 2 identical jumbled letters together, produced as Standard Ligatures in any program that supports OT features; the ordinary versions have fewer since the difference hardly shows in those styles.
In the FX category there is an Outline version, a 3-D version, and a Bevelled/Shadow version, each with the italic counterpart. There are also 2 small FX fonts containing just bullet numbers/circled numbers 0-9 which are included as extras in the zips for the FX Set and the Complete Set.
Dunsley contains a host of Open Type features as you'd expect, such as Class Kerning, Ligatures and more, plus extensive support for accented characters for European Languages and others.