Late 19th century display letterforms inspired English type designer Freda Sack to create this ornate late 19th century style typeface. Victorian superbly reflects the essence of this lavish period of design history.
British designer Alan Meeks has brilliantly captured the sophisticated elegance of the 1920’s and 1930’s jazz era with this Art Deco typeface. The bold roman style is enhanced with an interior design reminiscent of a piano keyboard. An excellent choice where an Art Deco look or a refined, polished effect is desired.
Michael Gills developed this Letraset text family under the direction of Letraset Type Director, Colin Brignall. Figural is based on the original 1940 design by Oldrich Menhart, the famous Czechoslovakian calligrapher, type designer and typographer. All of the the original characteristics have been carefully retained in this marvellous, distinguished family of typefaces.
Gravura is a classic copperplate script style in every sense of the word, perfect thickness of stroke and letter proportions set it ahead of the crowd in this very competitive category. Initial capitals provide an ornamental flourish and blend beautifully with the simple, elegant lines of a lowercase that has been painstakingly prepared to ensure free-flowing linkage. British designer Phill Grimshaw has also included a selection of ending elements to give settings a special, personalized appearance.
American graphic designer Ron Zwingelberg created Rage in 1984. This popular style is one of the first casual brush script styles with a rough textured edge. The lower case letters can be linked up and are supported by a set of initialling capitals. An ideal choice where a spontaneous pen on parchment look is required.
This slab serif Egyptian typeface follows the trend for simple, mechanically constructed typefaces and is an ideal choice for communicating a feeling of precision and strength. Robotik is equally effective when set with normal or wide letter and word spacing.
Japanese calligraphy inspired English calligrapher John Viner to create this dramatic, informal typeface. This extensive font and the trend for casual display typography make it a fine selection for any application where a fresh, random effect is preferred.
This condensed typeface features an unusual lowercase with an extremely low x-height to accentuate the tall ascenders that align with the capitals. The Letraset Type Studio reworked the original Rundfunk created by designer Adolf Behrmann for the Berthold typefoundry in 1928. An ideal choice for projecting a 1930’s mood.