Meadow is a serious attempt in doing a neutral typeface family that can be used as a strong functional typeface for many different needs. At the same time, Meadow has a true personality, which I think new typefaces should have. Influences can be found in work by Hermann Zapf, as this style of drawing letters comes naturally to me. I must also confess that I've always had a love/hate relationship with his typeface – Optima.
Meadow is the more contemporary alternative with a fresh expression and a twist of something new. What I’m talking about is the movement in the junctions between the stem and stroke which is by purpose shifted away from the stem. This does not really mimic what a broadpen would do, but it gives the typeface some unexpected details. More…
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