This casual, light-hearted typeface is extremely versatile and includes an array of alternative characters. Tight letter and word spacing is recommended to achieve maximum visual impact. Created by British designer Vince Whitlock in the Letraset Type Studio.
This futuristic looking typeface was inspired by the appearance of coarse resolution computer bitmap output. Because it is condensed, Digitek is most effective in large headline applications with wide letter and word spacing. An excellent choice where a computer or high-tech effect is needed. Created by leading British designer David Quay.
Prolific illustrator Tom Lulevitch of New York City was inspired by the work of 14th Century painter Pieter Bruegel and 19th Century British illustrator Dick Doyle when he hand-rendered these lyrical, calligraphic illustrations. The fluid, joyful figures work beautifully in any size and may be used alone or together for a variety of purposes including publications, greeting cards, logos and posters. ‘Primitives’ contains a spectrum of lively figures including acrobats, athletes, dancers, jesters and magicians to name a few.
Hugh Whyte, best known for his geometric computer graphic images, created these illustrations with a natural theme in mind. These designs are a ‘natural’ in any project where an outdoor look is desired such as travel brochures, corporate image pieces, logos, menus, food packaging and posters. ‘Naturals’ feature many environmental images such as animals, vegetables, trees, fruits and American cowboy illustrations.