Vectis, named in honour of the Roman settlement of Britain's south coast on the Isle of Wight, brings a fresh approach to the classic simple elegance of ancient Roman faces.
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.
Adantine offers the opportunity to bring Victorian Elegance and Character to modern design work. It is inspired by the hand-lettered captions often seen on old sepia-toned postcards, but also has some of the spirit of 19th century advertising cuts.
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.
Wroxeter is Greater Albion Typefounders' customary Black Letter release for Christmas 2013. It’s a typeface family for all times of year though, a good clear traditional black letter re-creation offered in a family of four typeface:- regular, wrought (a hand-tooled look a la Mr F Goudy), oblique and narrow forms. The tradition of typefounders' black letter revivals which don't over-burden themselves with historical precedent continues in this highly refined and polished family.
Par Avion’s design draws something of itís inspiration from the wings of the old BSA Motorcycles logo and was developed in parallel with our Vinea typeface family. Par Avion means “By Air”. Remember those little blue stickers in the Post Office - and we think this typeface design has a lovely feel of the early jet-era about it.