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Epicerie One & Two SG

Epicerie One & Two SG

by Spiece Graphics
Licenses from $39.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $39.00
Epicerie One & Two SG Font Family was designed by Jim Spiece and published by Spiece Graphics. Epicerie One & Two SG contains 2 styles and family package options. More about this family
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  • Epicerie One SG ExtraBold Epicerie One SG ExtraBold

  • Epicerie Two SG ExtraBold Epicerie Two SG ExtraBold

Per Style: $19.50

Pack of 2 : $39.00

About Epicerie One & Two SG Font Family

This typeface is derived from capital letters found on an old grocery store sign in southern France. The word épicerie means grocery in French. Epicerie's personality remains mostly in the past with a few spontaneous contemporary nuances. It comes bundled in two convenient styles: Epicerie One for general use and Epicerie Two for fancy occasions. You might try combining characters from both fonts to produce captivating headlines or unique logotypes. Magnifique! Epicerie One & Two is also available in the OpenType Std format. Some new alternate characters have been added to this OpenType version. Advanced features currently work in Adobe Creative Suite InDesign, Creative Suite Illustrator, and Quark XPress 7. Check for OpenType advanced feature support in other applications as it gradually becomes available with upgrades.

Designers: Jim Spiece

Publisher: Spiece Graphics

Foundry: Spiece Graphics

Original Foundry: unknown

Design Owner: Spiece Graphics

MyFonts debut: Dec 23, 2008

Epicerie One & Two SG

About Spiece Graphics

Jim Spiece enjoyed resurrecting old typefaces. And finding a complete set of characters could often be a challenging task. It took him down into the musty basements of public libraries and out into the world of flea markets and hole-in-the-wall bookstores. After careful scanning and hand-outlining, he would occasionally dig deeper for a missing punctuation mark or double f-ligature. Jim chuckled, “These are all minor inconveniences when you consider you’ve brought these faces back from obscurity and found them new homes. Besides, it’s fun. In one sense, my own designs are a lot easier because they never had a previous life!” You can check out Jim’s revival of the Bernhard Gothic SG Family offered by FontHaus or his popular ITC Blair Family. If you’re interested in Spiece Graphics custom logo, lettering, or illustration work, try Theispot.