Internationally recognized lettering designer Martin Wait created this informal Roman typeface. It is reminiscent of the sort of lettering that enjoyed widespread popularity in the late 1940’s through the early 1950’s. Informal Roman is excellent for use where a feeling of the mid-20th century is desired or a general casual effect is needed.
English designer Martin Wait effectively captured the look of hand brushed letters with this bold, immediate typeface. An excellent choice for large headlines where a casual brush lettered effect is desired. To achieve the maximum visual impact, the capitals should be set closely and the lowercase letters should be overlapped to evoke a natural appearance.
A dashing, contemporary script typeface with glossy appeal that’s bound to make its mark on the pop scene. For maximum effect, the lower case letters should be joined together. The calligraphic looking capitals make excellent initial compliments. Produced by distinguished British type designer Martin Wait.
An outstanding informal display typeface that beautifully captures the spontaneous qualities of hand-rendered brush lettering. Freestyle Script features an extensive lower case font including ligatures so that every conceivable letter combination can be linked, ensuring a fluid, brush-rendered effect. The capitals can also be used alone in word settings. Created by the talented British lettering designer Martin Wait.
I made Company into a font after several inquires from designers in America.
I always liked Company and was quite happy to digitize it.
Challenge is the work of English designer Martin Wait. The brush lettering gives the typeface a unique, spontaneous quality. Capitals should be set closely and lowercase letters overlapped to produce the look of authentic handwriting. Challenge is at the same time informal and authoritative and good for a variety of display applications.
Pritchard is the work of British designer Martin Wait, a capital, condensed sans serif typeface inspired by the geometric styles of the 1920s Soviet Constructivist movement. Despite unusual letterforms, Pritchard remains legible and effective in large display sizes. Pritchard Line Out is a bold, open typeface suitable for a wide variety of headline applications.
This is a close spaced tagging style that needs to be auto kerned.
A casual, open brush script style designed with a shadow effect for a three-dimensional impression by British designer Martin Wait. This typeface looks best with tight letter and word spacing in large display settings.
Rock around the clock with Roquette! This casual, all capital wedge serif typeface brings the 1950s back to life. Its undulating baseline and kooky spot illustrations will definitely put your headlines in the swing of things. Designed by accomplished British lettering designer Martin Wait.
This fresh, informal style emulates all the spontaneous hand-crafted qualities of a highly skilled lettering artist. This effect is evidenced by the strong textured edge on the right side of each character. Pendry Script benefits from close letter spacing whether all capitals or lowercase letters are used. A fine choice for powerful, attention-getting headlines. Created by British designer Martin Wait.
This accurate looking casual script style abounds with natural curves and swash terminals. Riva offers a lighthearted yet elegant appearance - qualities that capture both the imagination and current trends in type design. The capitals are designed for initialling purposes only. Created by versatile English designer Martin Wait.
A modern, slick-looking script typeface. The capitals should be used only in combination with lower case letters, and look best when linked by slightly overlapping each letter in display text. An ideal typeface where a brash, ‘pop’ style is desired. Created by the accomplished British designer Martin Wait.