Superstar was designed by Colin Brignall and inspired by American sportswear graphics. It is an inline sans serif style which incorporates wedge-like cutouts instead of curves. Superstar is an excellent choice for work related to sports.
In 1893, Joseph W. Phinney designed Jenson Oldstyle for the Dickinson Typefoundry (American Type Founders), which was based on Morris Golden Type. Both these types were modeled on the mid-fifteenth-century letters of the Renaissance printer Nicolas Jenson.
Designed by Letraset Type Director, Colin Brignall, this free-flowing, roman style hints of the early Edwardian period as its name suggests. If you are looking for a typeface with warmth, individuality and charm, then Edwardian is an excellent choice.
Typeface designer and Letraset type director Colin Brignall created the font Romic. The character of the strokes as well as the serif forms give the font its calligraphic look. The placement of the serifs, on the upper left and lower right of a character, also distinguishes this typeface and allows the figures to be set very close to one another. The dots on the i and j do not hang in the air, rather, they are connected to the rest of the letter with a light, serif-like stroke. The elegant and lively Romic is legible even in smaller point sizes. It is best used in middle length texts and headlines and wherever an individual and sophisticated image is the goal.
A stunning collection of calligraphic elements, illustrations and unique typographic devices that support all the popular typefaces in the Fontek library. An essential design resource for all sorts of graphic work including announcements, brochures, certificates, greeting cards, flyers and stationery. Created by the collective talents of British designers Michael Gills and Martin Wait.
Impressed by the quality of the Aachen typeface that was originally designed for Letraset in 1969 and extended to include Aachen Medium in 1977, Jim Wasco of Monotype Imaging has extended this robust display design to create an entire family.