Bromwich is a piece of brand new Edwardian fun! Great for titles, period design work and book covers.
Tradition meets tomorrow in Mexborough.
Anavio is a classically inspired family of Roman faces, emphasizing simplicity of form and elegance. Regular and Bold weights are offered, along with condensed forms. Anavio is offered in both upper and lower case and small capitals faces. Its simple lines are immediately legible, lending it to both text and display uses.
Absinette takes us straight back to 19th century France. Its a decorative family of Roman faces in three widths as well as a more elaborate inline style, ideal for posters with an Edwardian or Victorian theme.
Bronzino's roots lie in the Arts and Crafts movement, and in the traditions of letterpress printed fine quality books. It's ideal for legible headings which have just that hint of charm and difference outside of the normal and mundane. It's formal enough to go anywhere yet it has a spirit of fun, it brings a world of bygone care and quality to the modern age.
Beckinslade is a lovely elaborate blackletter face, released just in time for Christmas, but useable at any time of the year. It is in the best traditions of Victorian Gothic revival, drawing inspiration from a range of sources and marrying them into one homogenous whole. The emphasis is on aesthetics rather than historical accuracy. Great fun though for anywhere ‘ye olde’ look is desired.
Wellingborough is a family of six late-Victorian inspired faces, principally for display work and headings but also including a text form suitable for use in 'feature' paragraphs and short documents. The whole family is ideally suited for poster and advertising work, as well as book and record covers and period themed signage.
Worthing aims to combine Victorian charm with modern-day requirements for legibility and clarity, and we hope, demonstrates that traditional elegance still has its place in the modern world. Meanwhile, for those who are curious about the naming of our fonts, Mr Lloyd our designer was reading Mr Wells (H. G.) War of the Worlds recently. No doubt some of you will remember the part that Worthing in Sussex played in that story.
Spargo is inspired by 20s and 30s American typefaces, often seen on share certificates and other securities. Spargo is offered in six all capitals display typefaces. Bring a touch of inter-war America to your next design project!
Svengali Roman is loosely inspired by a scrap of 1920s newspaper posted in the Typophile font identification forum. The consensus view there favored the view that the specimen showed hand-drawn lettering. As that lettering had such charm and character Greater Albion decided to fill the gap and design a face loosely based on it.
Informal does not have to mean aggressively modern or casual. Bring a touch of casual fun to your headings and designs.
Fitzgerald was inspired by the carved and gilded lettering seen over the entrance of a bar in Dublin. The result is a lovely piece of neo-Victorian fun that brings back the joy of 19th century shop-signs and flamboyant design ethos.
Fitzgerald is ideal for poster work and signage, or anywhere that you want to bring back the joy of high Victorian design ethos.
Bonlivet is an all capitals display face, which starts from Roman letter forms and pushes them into wild decorative extravagance. There is a somewhat early 20th century feel to this, but really it’s just a bit of good fun, with a hint of elegance thrown in.