William Morris (1834-1896) was probably the most influential figure in the decorative arts and private press movements of the late 19th and early 20th century. In reaction to the increasing lack of quality that the industrial revolution brought on, Morris sought a return to the ideals of the medieval craftsman. Dissatisfied with the commercially available typefaces of the day, he undertook the design of the fonts for his books himself.
The P22 Morris font set features new versions of Morris’s famous type designs for his Kelmscott Press. The two main fonts include full international character sets for Western European languages. More…
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